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Does legality hold greater sway than morality in people's decisions?

Asked by: blackkid
  • "If I could...":

    I think that the capital reason people don't commit what they consider "harmless crimes" is based entirely on the fact that they are illegal and the threat of penal charges. As anonymity and "safety" increase for the criminally intent the likelihood of the act goes up, hence why downloading illegally is so popular while shoplifting is so unpopular despite the object of desire often being the same media.

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