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Despite worldwide music revenues growing faster last year than in 2010, a new industry report indicates that music piracy is increasing too - 1 in 4 global web users acquired music illegally in 2011.
Legal actions against thousands of music file-sharers across the world were announced today by the IFPI as the recording industry stepped up its campaign to deter copyright theft and promote legitimate use of music on...
The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry has today announced 2,000 new cases against those accused of illegally sharing music. On its website the IFPI boasts that a Finnish carpenter, a French chef and a...
In its efforts to fight illegal file sharing, the International Federation for the Phonographic Industry, the global version of the RIAA, announced on Tuesday that they have launched the largest wave of action to date...