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Over 87% of downloaded cultural content in Spain illegal

Friday 1 April 2016 | 14:33 CET | News
The percentage of pirated cultural content downloaded or streamed in Spain dipped from 87.9 percent in 2014 to 87.4 percent last year, according to a report on piracy conducted by GfK for the Coalition of Creators and the Spanish Football League. The Coalition's director, Carlota Navarrete, described the results of the report as "a small light at the end of the tunnel", but the number of users of pirated content increased from 58 percent to 63 percent, with total lost profits estimated at EUR 1.67 billion. Some 62 percent of users said they accessed pirated content because the original

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Categories: Internet
Companies: GfK
Countries: Spain
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