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Old 03-08-2012, 08:16 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by stonetools View Post
Heh, we read what we want to read. This is the last paragraph in the music article:

In other words, it was both law enforcement AND more sources that led to renewed growth.
The assertion that piracy fell because of greater law enforcement is not supported by any evidence in the linked article. That seems to just be the assumption of the author rather than a fact support by evidence.

I apologize for posting this all the time (this will be the 3rd and last time, probably) but it is appropriate:



The above is supported by evidence, you can view the report here. You'll note that the dates in the chart don't really correspond to the recent crackdowns.
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