英國的音樂盜版可能再次緩慢成長

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  • 英國的音樂盜版可能再次緩慢成長

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    ◎英國(IPO)的一項新研究顯示,使用非法來源獲取音樂的人數,可能會再次回升。
    ◎接受IPO調查的人表示,在過去三個月中使用非法音樂來源的人所佔的百分比,從2015年的24%降至2016年的20%,然後在2017年降至18%。 2018年略有增長至19%,現在最新報告顯示,2019年再次成長至20%。
    ◎其他行業則更擔心–使用非法來源觀看電影的比例從2018年的19%成長到2019年的27%,而使用非法來源的電子出版比例從11%增長到35%。
    ◎混合使用合法和非法來源的人,比例從7%增加到17%,這確實顯示出,以前使用盜版音樂的人正在向更加合法的環境遷移。其他比英國更廣泛的研究(如IFPI和歐盟的研究)顯示,音樂盜版的大趨勢仍在下降。

    詳細內文:

    Piracy is much, MUCH less of a collective music industry nightmare now than it was a decade ago, with the consensus being that streaming has replaced it for all but the keenest music pirates. We’ll avoid scaremongering with this news, but it’s worth thinking about: a new study by the UK’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO) suggests that the number of people using illegal sources to get music may be creeping back up again.
    Here’s the data: the percentage of people surveyed by the IPO who said they’d used an illegal source for music in the last three months fell from 24% in 2015 to 20% in 2016, and then 18% in 2017. However, in 2018 it grew slightly to 19%, and now the latest report suggests in 2019 it grew again to 20%.
    Other industries have more to worry about – the percentage using illegal sources for films grew from 19% in 2018 to 27% in 2019, while the percentage for e-publishing vaulted from 11% to 35%. On the plus side, the percentage of people using only illegal sources for music fell from 11% in 2018 to 2% in 2019 – this is the real hardcore rump of pirates now.
    The percentage of people using a mix of legal and illegal sources grew from 7% to 17%, which does suggest a migration of former piracy-only music listeners towards more legal climes. Other, wider-than-the-UK studies (like this one from the IFPI and this one from the EU) suggest that music piracy’s bigger trend is still a decline.

     

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