The content industry tirelessly whines how piracy is costing them business, but they never seem reflect on their own deceptive business practices to essentially steal from the consumer. On this issue Marcus Crab wrote: "... the biggest driver of piracy is a lack of legitimate offerings." in his post post: "How To Turn A Legitimate Buyer Into A Pirate In Five Easy Steps".
If companies that sell content wish to complain about piracy, then they need to demonstrate some honesty and integrity on their part. First, no misleading ads. Second, the ability of the consumer to return content that does not
meet their needs. Through their blatant disregard of the
consumer, it is the content industry that is promoting piracy.