Do you download music without paying? - Online survey for student project

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by Alan Newman, Jan 22, 2005.

  1. Alan Newman

    Alan Newman Guest

    Hello everyone,

    Do you download music without paying?

    I am a Third Year Undergraduate student studying in the Department of
    Behavioural Sciences at the University of Huddersfield in the United
    Kingdom. As part of my studies I am carrying out a research project on the
    downloading of music on the internet.

    This project takes the form of a completely anonymous online survey which
    should take around 5-10 minutes to complete, and you may withdraw your
    consent to participate at any stage, even after completion.

    For further information and the survey please go to the following link
    http://www.an1.co.uk/music-downloading

    If you wish to complete the survey, yet you are concerned about privacy
    issues, may I recommend using one of the following free internet services to
    obscure your IP address etc.
    http://www.freeproxy.ru/en/free_proxy/cgi-proxy.htm

    Thank you in advance,

    Best Regards,

    Alan Newman.
     
    Alan Newman, Jan 22, 2005
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    Mike GW8IJT Guest

    I can't do your survey all I get is SQL errors.
    Regards Mike.
     
    Mike GW8IJT, Jan 22, 2005
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    Nat Stott Guest

    I am a Third Year Undergraduate student studying in the Department of
    Does the university not have it's own webserver? It seems very keen of you
    to register your own domain name for a third year project!
     
    Nat Stott, Jan 24, 2005
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  4. Alan Newman

    Alan Newman Guest

    I think only computing students can get their hands on university webspace.
    My project supervisor asked the department technical staff who said I would
    need to get my own webserver etc, so that's what I did. Would be easier for
    me and nicer if it could have been on university webspace I agree, and would
    give the project more apparent authenticity.

    Had I gone to a better uni perhaps webspace would be easier to get my hands
    on ;-) As you see the e-mail addresses they assign you are random numbers
    with a letter to identify which segment of students you are (h=human and
    health sciences, etc etc). I believe other uni's, certainly Liverpool John
    Moores uni give their students e-mails with name.surname.

    As you can see anyway both e-mail addresses given are @hud.ac.uk so I'm sure
    there's no doubting the authenticity there.
     
    Alan Newman, Jan 24, 2005
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