I do, but nowhere near as frequently as I used to. If I want to listen to a song I don’t own, I go find it on YouTube, where it’s been released by the artists themselves. For software, there’s usually a free solution available somewhere, you just need to look. I’m mostly a retro gamer, and there’s enough retro games that I usually don’t have to look into the ones that aren’t free.
I still occasionally download books that I own the hard copies to (or that I could get at the local library, since it doesn’t do digital yet), and will occasionally download a game I want that I can’t quite afford at the moment but will later. And I am all about abandonware and (old school) emulation. But, other than that, I don’t do much.
And, yeah, I’ll always use NoCD hacks, but I can usually find them in places I trust more than bittorrent.
But I will say that the argument that I’m not giving money to someone doesn’t really bother me. If I think someone NEEDS money, I give it to them. I don’t buy stuff from them.