Nope, it just means they'll use other ways to share the files. Newsgroups and private trackers immediately come to mind. If they completely shut down torrents some day, there will still be the same amount of piracy, it will just be harder for them to crack down on it.
I know what the teacher was thinking (assuming it was a male teacher): He was thinking he could get a cheap thrill seeing if she had any hot pictures on her phone, which if you listen to the media, EVERY teenage girl has nude photos of herself on her phone.
true, but chances are those "amorous-but-apart" couples have been using Skype for while now. We have a Sys Admin at work here that just started last year. He hasn't been able to sell his house in Portland, so his family is still up there while he's down here in San Diego. He uses Skype all the time to talk to his family and see his kids.
Which is complete and total bullshit, because it's been publicly known that Gizmodo gave the iphone back to Apple when they asked for it back. So this warrant is baseless if it's for what you are saying. Everyone knew he didn't have the iphone anymore.
The 4% who are happy are probably the 4% who don't have to deal with users on a daily basis. As the wise Randall from Clerks once said: This would be a great job if it wasn't for the f**king customers!