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United Kingdom Respondents Who Have Consumed Digital Films Illegally in the Past Three Months

The chart shows the results of a several public surveys in the United Kingdom carried out from 2012 to 2019. The share of respondents reporting that they have illegally consumed digital films in the last three months shows a significant growth in 2019, breaking the declining trend from the last few years. In 2019, the share of respondents who illegally consumed digital films increased by 8% compared to 2018.
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United Kingdom Respondents Who Have Consumed Digital Music Illegally in The Past Three Months

The chart shows the results of a several public surveys in the United Kingdom carried out from 2012 to 2019. The share of respondents reporting that they have illegally consumed digital music in the last three months remains relatively stable, showing only one per cent increase in 2019 compared to 2018.
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United Kingdom Respondents Who Have Consumed Digital Television Programs Illegally in The Past Three Months

The chart shows the results of a several public surveys in the United Kingdom carried out from 2012 to 2019. The share of respondents reporting that they have illegally consumed digital television programs in the last three months fell by 6% in 2019, from 23% in 2018 to only 17%.
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United Kingdom Respondents' Confidence in Knowing What is Legal in Accessing Content Online

The chart shows the results of a 2018 survey in the United Kingdom. When asked, "How confident are you that you know what is legal and what isn't in terms of downloading, streaming/accessing, and sharing content through the internet?" the majority of respondents answered that they were confident. However, 16% of respondents reported that they were not at all confident in their ability to know what is legal online.
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Use of Peer-to-Peer Services to Consume or Share Digital Content in the United Kingdom

The chart shows the results of a several public surveys in the United Kingdom between 2012 and 2018. The percent of respondents reporting that they have used peer-to-peer services to consume or share digital content has shown a bit of a downward trend, while the percent of respondents reporting that they never do so has remained fairly constant.
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Users’ Perception on the Internet’s Safety and on the Measures Taken Against Illegal Content

The graph shows the percent of respondents who agree with various statements about the internet, freedom of expression, and illegal content. The chart shows that there is strong support for arrangements to limit the spread of illegal content online but also strong agreement that freedom of expression needs to be protected online. Respondents were asked "Do you agree or disagree each of the following?."
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Videos Removed by YouTube, by Removal Reason (2018-2021)

This chart shows the distribution of videos removed by YouTube, by the reason removal, over the period September 2018-March 2021. These removal reasons correspond to YouTube’s Community Guidelines. Reviewers evaluate flagged videos against all of YouTube's Community Guidelines and policies, regardless of the reason the video was originally flagged. As the chart shows, the most frequent reasons of removal of videos are child abusive content, nudity or sexual content, violent or graphic content and spam, misleading and scam content. The child abusive content removal increased by 161% compared to the same period of 2019, while spam, misleading and scam content decline in the same period by 87%.
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Videos Removed by YouTube, by Source of First Detection (2017-2021)

The chart shows the percentage of videos removed by YouTube, by first source of detection (automated flagging or human detection). Flags from human detection can come from a user or a member of YouTube’s Trusted Flagger program. Trusted Flagger program members include individuals, NGOs, and government agencies that are particularly effective at notifying YouTube of content that violates their Community Guidelines. The chart shows that automated flagging is by far the first source of detection compared to human detection. As for the human detection, the biggest number of removed videos were first noticed by users, followed by individual trusted flaggers, NGOs and government agencies.
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Videos Removed by YouTube, by Source of First Detection (Human)

The chart shows the number of videos removed by YouTube, by first source of detection (human detection) for the period October 2017-March 2021. Flags from human detection can come from a user or a member of YouTube’s Trusted Flagger program. Trusted Flagger program members include individuals, NGOs, and government agencies that are particularly effective at notifying YouTube of content that violates their Community Guidelines. The chart shows that the highest number of removed videos were first noticed by users (11,413,721 videos), followed by individual trusted flaggers (4,373,064 videos), NGOs (157,051 videos) and government agencies (557 videos).
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What Happened to Reported Content (2018)

The chart shows that 45% of respondents who took action after encountering illegal content online reported that the content was taken down, but 20% reported that it was kept online without changes. The participants have answered to the question "What happened to reported content?" for which multiple answers are possible. European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.