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UK copyright infringement falls among young consumers

Patrick Wingrove, London


New research suggests young people are infringing less and indicates that more people are paying for content

Online infringement has been a big problem for copyright holders since the rise of the internet in the mid-2000s. But research from the UK Intellectual Property Office published last week suggests that piracy has become less prevalent among some groups...


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