Can we *stop* calling unautorized use of information "piracy".
It rather by definition cedes criminal conduct when in many casesm however draconian laws are worded, proving criminality is way beyond plausible.
Most "piracy" is at a civil matter and usually of dubious merit, not murder, and theft on the high seas.
Call it what it usually is. Retrieving information without a license. Enjoying a film or song without having paid a corporation for the privilege.
It is not for me to attempt to fathom the inscrutable workings of Providence. -- The Earl of Birkenhead