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This grouped column chart shows the percent of respondents who use the internet who acquired or accessed any type of content illegaly over the past year using the internet. Respondents from Poland and Spain were the most likely to report having done so among EU countries.
This chart shows that most users took not action after encountering illegal content online, although respondents from Germany were the least likely to report having taken no action.
This segmented bar graph shows that Europeans are split fairly evenly in whether they agree that internet hosting services are effective in tackling illegal content.
This segmented bar graph shows that the majority of respondents believe that hosting services should immediately remove content flagged as illegal by law enforcement authorities, process all notifications they receive, remove content flagged as illegal by organizations with proven expertise on the topic, and give users the ability to appeal removal decisions.
The graph presents the attitude of adults aged 16+ towards online copyright infringement 2009-2014
This pie chart illustrates the unequal contributions of accounts to a piracy website studied by HADOPI. Only 14 contributors accounted for 90% of the content uploaded, showing that much of the illegal activity on the site was concentrated in a specific group of users.
This gouped column chart shows the percent of respondents who use the internet who reported consuming recorded music from any illegal channel during the last year, along with the percent of all respondents who reported doing so. Respondents from Poland were most likely to report doing so in 2014 and 2017.
This table provides details about the number of albums and hours of listening via illegal means that respondents reported per capita (for the internet-using population) among several countries. Respondents from Spain reported illegally downloading significantly more albums than respondents from other countries.