Infographic: When it comes to piracy - the world needs a tutor

March 8, 2017

New data from the largest consumer piracy survey ever conducted found that 52% of consumers around the globe watch pirated video content. The Irdeto Global Consumer Piracy Survey of more than 25,000 adults across 30 countries also found that nearly half (48%) would stop or watch less illegal content after learning the damage that piracy causes the media industry. This willingness by nearly half of consumers to change their viewing habits speaks to the huge impact that education could have on reducing the number of people who pirate video content

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