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Submitted by Erudito87 662d ago | news

Pirates who pay: do illegal downloads actually help the box office?

Cnet.com/au: A new study suggests that shutting down Megaupload actually hurt the film industry, while a UK report has found that pirates spend more on digital entertainment. (Culture, MegaUpload, Video, Web)

Gondee  +   661d ago
Nice try

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