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|Title:||2009 Digital Entertainment Survey|
|Author:||[Entertainment Media Research]|
|Focus:||Film, Music, Software, Video Games|
|Objective:||To obtain a comprehensive snapshot of digital entertainment consumption in the UK today, and to investigate the behaviour, trends, preferences and attitudes across all forms of entertainment activity.|
|Sample:||1.512 UK consumers aged 15-54|
|Methodology:||Large-scale online survey|
Only 33% of respondents who admitted to unlawful filesharing would stop doing so if they received a “cease and desist warning letter” from their Internet Service Provider (ISP). In 2008, 70% of respondents had agreed that such a letter would be effective to stop them filesharing.
By contrast, the introduction of a graduated response anti-piracy model where the ultimate sanction for illegal filesharing is the withdrawal of Internet access would be effective in 80% of cases.
[Date Added: Jul 27, 2009 ]