The European Commission paid €360,000 (about $428,000) for a study on how piracy impacts the sales of copyrighted music, books, video games, and movies. But the EU never shared the report—possibly because it determined that there is no evidence that piracy is a major problem.
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- The EU Suppressed a 300-Page Study That Found Piracy Doesn’t Harm Sales
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