Perhaps most puzzling is the poll's findings on the relationship between music and movie swapping. The poll's results show that 38% of teenagers think movie swapping is illegal, while 40% consider it wrong. I'm still trying to wrap my head around that one.
Critics can rip apart the poll's source (E-Poll) or the sample size (only 1,075 total Internet users surveyed), but it's becoming increasingly clear that a generation brought up on broadband and Napster has little respect or even basic awareness of copyright law. With so few teenagers considering song swapping wrong, let alone illegal, I have to think it's going to take a lot more than Lars whining, Madonna swearing, or Britney pleading the RIAA's case to reverse a cultural trend that legitimizes song swapping as perfectly acceptable. Kids these days.