The idea of a smartphone app that turns my relationship into a PacMan game is hard for me to handle. To me, location-sharing apps like Find My Friends in romantic relationships amounts to embracing the Orwellian inevitability of smartphones. Yes, with GPS-enabled devices, we can see where anyone is at any given time. No, this innovation does not amount to progress in terms of how we interact with the people we love most. It actually seems rather destructive, since it discourages you from talking to your partner and potentially misleads you about their activity. Just because your smartphone can do this thing does not mean that your should use your smartphone for this purpose.
•Not always legal. While there are legitimate sites for legally exchanging files, many P2P sites have come under fire for sharing music and videos illegally. Downloading music, videos, and so forth (depending on the site) is often in violation of copyright laws, and many people have been prosecuted for downloading files illegally.
•Copyright laws. Most artists make royalties off of sales that come from purchasing CDs, videos, and so forth. However, with a surge in P2P file sharing, sales have plummeted, which has angered many artists who make their livings from royalties of CDs, etc.
•Spyware. Many P2P networks, once downloaded, are filled with spyware and malware. This can slow down or even crash your computer. If you are going to download music or other files from P2P networks, especially free ones, make sure you have a good anti-virus, firewall, and spyware software installed to protect your own files and information.