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The Negative Impact on Investors of Regulatory Ambiguity (2014)

The chart shows that a high majority of respondents in every surveyed country consider that an ambiguous regulatory framework makes them uncomfortable investing in digital content intermediaries that offer user-uploaded music or video.
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The Top Ten Countries for Hosting Child Sexual Abuse Content

The chart shows the top 10 countries that host web pages with child sexual abuse material, based on the assessment of the Internet Watch Foundation. Interestingly, seven out of 10 countries are in Europe and six out of 10 are in the European Union.
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Top-Down Versus Bottom-Up Misinformation

The chart shows that high-level politicians, celebrities, or other prominent public figures produced or spread only 20% of the misinformation in Reuters Institute's sample, but that misinformation attracted a large majority of all social media engagements in the sample. The first bar shows the share of content that was produced or shared by prominent persons in the whole sample (N=225). The second bar shows the per cent of total social media engagements of content from prominent persons out of the sub-sample of social media posts with available engagement data (N=145).
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Total Copyright-Infringing Content

This graph shows the percent of people who report having had at least one nuisance or at least one harmful incident related to copyright infringement online in France. It is based on data gathered through surveys by Haute Autorité Française pour la Diffusion des Oeuvres et la Protection des droits sur Internet (HADOPI ), and shows that significant fractions of respondents experienced nuisances or harms related to online copyright infringement.
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Total Piracy by Access Method (2018)

This doughnut chart shows the distribution of piracy in the European Union by access method. As presented, streaming is the preferred method with a 75% share. The remaining 25% is divided between download, torrent and ripper. Nearly 95% of the streaming activity is concentrated in television and film. European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
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Total Piracy by European Union Member State and Content Type (2018)

This chart shows piracy by European Union member state. For each country, piracy is broken down by content type accessed. In two countries, Latvia and Lithuania, consumption of pirated content is clearly higher (more than 26 accesses per month) than in the rest of the European Union. Finland has the lowest rate at 4.6 access per user per month. Germany, Italy, Denmark, Austria, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom and Slovenia are also below the European Union average of 9.7. European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
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Total Piracy Trends by European Union Member State

The chart presents information on the total piracy trends by country, in the European Union. European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
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United Kingdom Respodents Who Have Consumed e-Books Illegally in the Past Three Months

The chart shows the results of several public surveys in the United Kingdom from 2012 to 2018. The results show that share of respondents reporting that they have illegally consumed e-books in the last three months has remained fairly consistent during the surveyed period.
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United Kingdom Respodents Who Have Consumed Video Games Online Illegally in the Past Three Months

The chart shows the results of a several public surveys in the United Kingdom from 2012 to 2018. The share of respondents reporting that they have illegally consumed video games online in the last three months has remained fairly consistent during this period.
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United Kingdom Respondents Who Have Consumed Computer Software Illegally in the Past Three Months

The chart shows the results of several public surveys in the United Kingdom from 2012 to 2018. The results show that share of respondents reporting that they have illegally consumed computer software in the last three months has remained fairly consistent during the surveyed period.