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Nevertheless, piracy continues to be a problem with more than one-third 38 percent of consumers admitting to accessing copyright infringing music. It is now easy for a surreptitious recording in a movie theater to result in a clean digital copy of a movie with perfect audio that can be quickly distributed online. For example, in China, right holders are encouraged by initial actions to curb online piracy, including National Copyright Administration of China action against unlicensed music platforms and Beijing Copyright Enforcement Department action against an unauthorized subscription service offering online ebooks and journal articles. Trade Representative , although some progress has been made to curb the practice in China, Russia and several other countries. The study was also conducted in China and India, although results from these two countries are not included in IFPI's global figures. The recordings made in movie theaters today are very different from the dated image of a single person sitting in a theater with a bulky videotape recorder. Across all ages, 27 percent of total music listening is via mobile devices. Read More About:. IFPI identifies stream ripping as the most popular method. Illicit camcording is the primary source of unauthorized copies of newly released movies found online. Key findings from the report include 75 percent of consumers around the world now use smartphones to listen to music, with the number rising to 94 percent among year-olds. The pirated version of the new release movie may be available online while it is still in the theaters. The economic damage is magnified because movies may be released in different markets at different times.

IFPI chief executive Frances Moore said the study reflects how deeply recorded music has become woven into the lives of fans around the world. For example, in China, right holders are encouraged by initial actions to curb online piracy, including National Copyright Administration of China action against unlicensed music platforms and Beijing Copyright Enforcement Department action against an unauthorized subscription service offering online ebooks and journal articles.

IFPI identifies stream ripping as the most popular method. Stakeholders report some positive developments on efforts to combat online piracy. The recordings made in movie theaters today are very different from the dated image of a single person sitting in a theater with a bulky videotape recorder.

The pirated version of the new release movie may be available online while it is still in the theaters. Illicit camcording is the primary source of unauthorized copies of newly released movies found online.

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The recordings made in movie theaters today are very different from the dated image of a single person sitting in a theater with a bulky videotape recorder. The report also found strong uptake of licensed music services in markets once rife with piracy, such as China and India, where 96 percent of people surveyed said they now listen to legally licensed music. In addition to theater owners who lose revenue, legitimate digital platforms, who often negotiate for a certain period of exclusivity after the theatrical run, cannot fairly compete in the market. The results are not shaky, inaudible recordings. Stakeholders reported a significant increase in illegal camcords this year. Trade Representative , although some progress has been made to curb the practice in China, Russia and several other countries. For example, in China, right holders are encouraged by initial actions to curb online piracy, including National Copyright Administration of China action against unlicensed music platforms and Beijing Copyright Enforcement Department action against an unauthorized subscription service offering online ebooks and journal articles. IFPI identifies stream ripping as the most popular method. On average consumers spend Across all ages, 27 percent of total music listening is via mobile devices. In terms of streaming, nearly half 47 percent of all time spent listening to on-demand music is through YouTube, with 28 percent via paid subscription services and 20 percent through free ad-supported music platforms.

Stakeholders reported a significant increase in illegal camcords this year. Read More About:.

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The report also found strong uptake of licensed music services in markets once rife with piracy, such as China and India, where 96 percent of people surveyed said they now listen to legally licensed music.

In terms of streaming, nearly half 47 percent of all time spent listening to on-demand music is through YouTube, with 28 percent via paid subscription services and 20 percent through free ad-supported music platforms.

Across all ages, 27 percent of total music listening is via mobile devices.

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Illicit camcording is the primary source of unauthorized copies of newly released movies found online. For example, in China, right holders are encouraged by initial actions to curb online piracy, including National Copyright Administration of China action against unlicensed music platforms and Beijing Copyright Enforcement Department action against an unauthorized subscription service offering online ebooks and journal articles. Stakeholders report some positive developments on efforts to combat online piracy. The recordings made in movie theaters today are very different from the dated image of a single person sitting in a theater with a bulky videotape recorder. On average consumers spend However, more needs to be done. Nevertheless, piracy continues to be a problem with more than one-third 38 percent of consumers admitting to accessing copyright infringing music.

In addition to theater owners who lose revenue, legitimate digital platforms, who often negotiate for a certain period of exclusivity after the theatrical run, cannot fairly compete in the market.

The economic damage is magnified because movies may be released in different markets at different times.

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