即使有大量使用Spotify付費訂閱服務仍有97%的墨西哥人承認曾進行音樂盜版

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    ◎在了解到BitTorrent繼續在全球網路流量中占有主導地位後的幾天,一份新報告提供了另一個關於2018年盜版的觀點。墨西哥當地的組織美國商會(AmCham)最近發布的新數據顯示,墨西哥全部人口中有驚人的97%的人公開承認曾從事某種形式的音樂盜版活動,其中50%是利用串流盜錄。而10個消費盜版內容的墨西哥人裡面有8人認為這不是嚴重的罪行。

    ◎保護唱片權利協會(APDIF)總幹事Alfredo Tourné表示,墨西哥在全球是盜版消費最多的五個國家之一。諷刺的是,Spotify最近才讚揚墨西哥大量使用其付費訂閱串流服務。據該公司稱,墨西哥市是全球的「串流音樂之都」,有2200萬市民定期使用該平台消費音樂,這個數字比紐約、倫敦都還要多,也比其他串流服務來得多。事實上,Spotify表示拉丁美洲國家現在擁有「世界上最大的聽眾基礎」。

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    Some not-so-swashbuckling new data from an anti-piracy organization in Mexico recently released revealed that a staggering 97% of the population has engaged in some form of piracy, much of it stream-ripping.

    Guest post from Haulix Daily

    A local anti-piracy outfit in Mexico has released new data that claims 97% of the population openly admits to consuming music illegally, with 50% doing so via stream-ripping.

    Less than a week after learning of BitTorrent's continued dominance in global internet traffic, a new report has given us another perspective on piracy in 2018. The American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) released data recently that shows virtually everyone (97%) in Mexico has pirated music. Another point claim indicates that eight out of ten Mexicans who consume pirate content believe that it's not a serious offense.

    Globally, Mexico is in the top five piracy-consuming nations, says Alfredo Tourné, general director of the Association for the Protection of Phonographic Rights (APDIF).

    Ironically, Spotify has recently hailed Mexico for the city's embrace of its premium streaming service. According to the company, Mexico City is the "streaming music capital" of the world, with 22 million citizens using the platform on a regular basis to consume music. That figure is larger than New York, London, and any other service.

    In fact, Spotify says that the Latin American country now has "the biggest listener base in the world."

    How to feel about these figures is not so clear. On the one hand, more and more people appear to be embracing legal means of online music consumption. At the same time, however, piracy is rampant throughout the country. All we know for certain is that more work is needed.

     

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