Warning Letters Will Deter Music Pirates Says Study

Posted: Oct 13 2008, 7:01am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:00am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

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According to a recent survey, the majority of consumers will supposedly stop pirating music after receiving a warning letter from their ISP. The study was conducted by Entertainment Media Research and surveyed 1,500 Internet users.

Of the users surveyed 72% said that they would, stop illegal downloading if told to do so by their ISP. The study also claims that 4 in 10 people pirate music online.

58% of teens according to the study say they don’t pay for music they download. 61% of those surveyed believe that their ISP was monitoring their download activities.

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