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ArtikelSpotting the Pirates; Illegal Downloading and Media Investment  
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Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine
Dalam koleksi: The Economist ( vol. 400 no. 8747 (Aug. 2011), page 51-52.
Topik: International Markets; Motion Picture Industry; Digital Music; Music Industry; Consumer Behavior; Market Strategy; Piracy; Digital Broadcasting
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Isi artikelSince 2000, when the file-sharing service Napster first became popular, digital piracy has dogged the media industry. Over time piracy has become more diverse and sophisticated. In some countries, rather than swapping files on peer-to-peer networks, people now stash their loot in private cyber-lockers. As broadband speeds have increased, pirates have gone from downloading single songs to grabbing artists' entire catalogues. Watching pirated television shows and films online has become more popular, too. Yet piracy has not exactly swept the world. It is endemic in some countries but a niche activity in others. In some places the tide is flowing; in others it appears to be ebbing. In response, media firms are moving their resources from country to country, with potentially large consequences for the global flow of popular culture.
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