EU paid for a report that concluded piracy isn’t harmful — and tried to hide the findings – TheNextWeb – Relevant Blogs

Back in 2014, the European Commission paid the Dutch consulting firm Ecorys 360,000 euros (about $428,000) to research the effect piracy had on sales of copyrighted content. The final report was finished in May 2015, but for some reason it was never published– according to Julia Reda’s blog, the only Pirate in the EU Parliament. What the @EU_Commission found out about #copyright infringement but ‘forgot’ to tell us — Julia Reda (@Senficon) September 20, 2017 The 300-page report seems to suggest that there’s no evidence that supports the idea that piracy has a negative effect on sales of copyrighted content…

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