Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert, believes that illegal filesharing is equivalent to stealing someone's underwear, cleaning it, and returning it. Um, what?
He's not arguing for the "if value, then right" position. Rather, he is interested in being able to choose whether to make an e-book of his work.
Also, in a subsequent post, Adams takes his readers to task for what he calls their "cognitive dissonance" in justifying copyright violations.