Challenging Music Downloading Myths

A study by digital music research firm The Leading Question, found that people who download music from peer to peer networks paid for four and a half times more music than regular music fans. Also that most of these people are extremely enthusiastic about paid-for services, as long as they are suitably compelling. What is nice is that the BPI welcomed the findings that not all file sharers are actually evil… they still pledged to carry on the carrot and stick approach though

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