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THE MUSIC INDUSTRY SHOULDN’T KID ITSELF: PIRACY WAS NEVER KILLED BY STREAMING… BUT IT MIGHT BE MORE VALUABLE THAN YOU THINK.

As featured on Music Business Worldwide.

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Global piracy hits 190 billion visits in 2018, but UK sees a drop

Originally seen in Trusted Reviews

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Piracy Data: From Global View to Macroeconomic Trends

John Tegner, our Product Marketing Manager, recently wrote an article for Videonet analysing trends in piracy data throughout 2017. The original piece can be seen here, or you can read his analysis below.

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YouTube Launches YouTube Music: a piracy fighter?

Another week, another streaming service launched. The most recent entry into the mix is Google’s YouTube, which has announced a music streaming service offering both videos and audio tracks for $9.99 month, as well as a free ad-supported option – YouTube Music. While...

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MUSO supporting EUIPO's Economic Impact Study on Piracy

MUSO, the authority on digital piracy, and EUIPO, acting through the European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights, have embarked on a project to assess the economic impact of digital infringement across the European Union, with MUSO providing the...

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Country Piracy Report: Spain 10th for Global Music Piracy

During a keynote speech at the 2017 INTA Annual Meeting, Iñigo Mendez de Vigo, Spain’s minister for education, culture, and sport, told the audience that Spain will raise “an anti-piracy generation” as part of its pledge to tackle intellectual property infringement.

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MUSO Releases 2017 Global Music Insight Report

52% of all visits to music piracy sites in 2016 were through mobile devices From January 2016 to December 2016, 13.8bn visits to websites were to stream pirated content, 59% of this piracy activity was via mobile devices. Stream ripper sites have surpassed downloading ...