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Illegal Music Downloading
Transcript of Illegal Music Downloading
$12.5billion x 10years = $125 billion “[A] study by the Institute for Policy Innovation pegs the ANNUAL harm at $12.5 billion dollars in losses to the U.S. economy Danz, John. “Woman Fined $1.5 Million For Downloads.” The OP. Nov. 2011. Operated Press. 5 May 2011 <http://thesop.org/story/20101106/woman-fined-15-million-for-downloads-are-you-kidding-me.html>. Moehring, Alex. “Music Piracy and Its Effects.” People, Ideas and Things. Apr. 2011. People, Ideas and Things Journal. 5 May 2011 <http://siteslab.org/pitjournal/node/982>. Piracy Online. Feb. 20011. Recording Industry Association of America. 5 May 2011 <http://www.riaa.org/physicalpiracy.php?content_selector=piracy-online-scope-of-the-problem>. Works Cited