Date: 2 months ago   Category: Music

The share of the listeners who are piratically downloading music is counted


The share of the listeners who are piratically downloading music is counted
More than a third of all listeners of the world load audiofiles illegally. 18 countries with the largest audiomarkets have been analysed. According to the statement of the International federation of the phonographic industry, 38 percent of listeners load audiofayl illegally worldwide. Results are based on the analysis of data on 18 countries of the world with the largest audiomarkets. About it it is told in the report of the organization. It is reported that most often users load music illegally from the legal websites later to listen to it offline. Thus about 32 percent of listeners act. Another 23 percent send each other audiofiles. IFPI has analysed behavior of listeners aged from 16 up to 64 years. At the same time in attention residents of the USA, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Spain, Sweden, France, Japan, Canada, Australia, Italy, Poland, Germany, the Netherlands, the Russian Federation, South Africa and South Korea undertook. They occupy the lion's share of the world market. In the report also certain place is allocated to the markets of China and India where, according to the report, 96 percent of users listen to music legally. Earlier it was reported that experts of the Group-IB company have counted the average income of the piracy websites with series. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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