Von am 1. Mai 2013 in Allgemein, indie blog

Musikpiraterie: Wie schärfere Gesetze Südkorea halfen, sie einzudämmen

„Just a few years back, South Korea had been virtually left for dead by the majors due to collapsing sales and endemic piracy. But in 2009, the country’s government cracked down on illegal downloading and introduced a ‘three-strikes’ law allowing authorities to suspend the ISP accounts of repeat offenders. The result was a 12.3% increase in total music sales in 2010.“

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