Online copyright infringement in the European Union

: music, films and TV (2017-2020), trends and drivers

Autor(es):
European Union Intellectual Property Office | Unión Europea
Editor: [Alicante] : EUIPO, December 2021Descripción: 98 p. : gráf., tablas ; 1 documento PDFTipo de contenido: texto (visual)
Tipo de medio: electrónico
Tipo de soporte: recurso en línea
ISBN: 978-92-9156-307-4 Tema(s): Derechos digitales | Contenidos digitales | Europa | Reino Unido | propiedad intelectual | copyright | música | películas | programas de televisión | cultura | pirateríaRecursos en línea: Acceso al documento Resumen: This report examines the consumption of copyright-infringing content in the EU Member States and the United Kingdom (UK)( 2 ) for TV programmes, music and film, using a variety of desktop and mobile access methods, including streaming, downloading, torrents and ripping software. The report has two parts, a descriptive analysis of the trends in the consumption of infringing content and an econometric analysis of the factors that influence differences in piracy rates among the EU Member States. The analysis is based on a rich set of data on access to websites offering pirated music, film and TV programmes in all 28 Member States, between January 2017 and December 2020. The dataset includes over 240 thousand aggregates( 3 ) for a total of 133 billion accesses. The report’s main conclusion is that digital piracy is declining for all types of content, as shown in Figure 1 and Table 1 below. Except for a temporary increase in film piracy in the spring of 2020, the decline continued during the COVID pandemic: piracy decreased by 20 % in 2018, by 6 % in 2019 and by 34 % in 2020.
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This report examines the consumption of copyright-infringing content in the EU Member States and
the United Kingdom (UK)(
2
) for TV programmes, music and film, using a variety of desktop and
mobile access methods, including streaming, downloading, torrents and ripping software. The report
has two parts, a descriptive analysis of the trends in the consumption of infringing content and an
econometric analysis of the factors that influence differences in piracy rates among the EU Member
States.
The analysis is based on a rich set of data on access to websites offering pirated music, film and TV
programmes in all 28 Member States, between January 2017 and December 2020. The dataset
includes over 240 thousand aggregates(
3
) for a total of 133 billion accesses.
The report’s main conclusion is that digital piracy is declining for all types of content, as shown in
Figure 1 and Table 1 below. Except for a temporary increase in film piracy in the spring of 2020, the
decline continued during the COVID pandemic: piracy decreased by 20 % in 2018, by 6 % in 2019
and by 34 % in 2020.

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