LAW Breakers! Let's see.
Technically, a school showing a film to a class is illegal. After all, that counts as a public showing. The license agreement you "buy" when you obtain a movie is for private viewership.
A Student who copies pages out of a book is also a lawbreaker. After all, he is disseminating a work and make unauthorized duplications.
A person who makes a slideshow or PowerPoint and collects music or pictures is also breaking the law. After all, most images are not in public domain unless they are pre 1915 or 1920 I think. Therefore, the image that were used are most likely someone's own. Songs, well we all know thats illegal.
The list goes on and on. Therefore, instead of buying popcorn, seeing a movie, using your computer... throw them all away. After all, You can then put Dell, Gateway, and all those people out of a job. Once again, if you can't use your computer for your personal needs, or school work, what good is it anyway. I can make the same argument that if you want to stifle a student from doing research or learning, you are hurting the future workforce and preventing future generations from having the know how in their field. Hence, you hurt the economy and all people who are or will enter the workforce as a result. It's simply a joke. I can make far off comparisons just like NBC too...