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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.
The chart shows the number of content actioned under child nudity and sexual exploatation violations on Facebook, from third quarter of 2018 until the first quarter of 2022. Since the April 2021, the Child Nudity and Sexual Exploitation content was renamed Child Endangerment, and includes two distinct topics - Nudity and Physical Abuse and Sexual Exploitations, which are monitored separately. The data from the second and third quarters of 2021 shows that volume of content actioned for sexual exploitation violations is significantly higher (ten times higher) than the content actioned for nudity and physical abuse. In the first quarter of 2022, the volume of content actioned for sexual exploitation violations decreased by 35.5% compared to the second quarter of 2021, but it remains significantly higher than the content actioned for nudity and physical abuse.
This chart shows the number of fake products identified as couterfeit or potentially counterfeit within the total number of alerted products, in the European Union over the period 2010-2017, based on the results of the EUIPO report "Qualitative Study on Risks Posed by Counterfeits to Consumers," published in June 2019. The study uses the data from the European Commission Rapid Alert System For Dangerous Non-Food Products (RAPEX) reported by market surveillance authorities in the period 2010-2017.
The chart shows that contrary to some popular beliefs, the Internet does not appear to have undone collecting societies. In 2018, digital income is the leading force behind the growth of music collections, accounting for 19.1% of the total. Digital income rose by 15% over the last year and 185% since 2014.
Direct Employment Loss Due To Infringement in Selected IPR-Intensive Industries in the European Union (2013-2017)
The chart presents on overview of estimated direct economic costs of infringement in selected IPR-intensive industries in the European Union, over the period 2013-2017. The results of the EUIPO report show that counterfeiting and piracy significantly impact the clothing, footware and accessories industries, accounting for 63% of direct employment losses in this area. European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
A recent report on the “creator economy” by Yuanling Yuan, senior associate at SignalFire, shows that there are over 50 million creators on Youtube, Instagram, Twitch, TikTok, and other social media platforms. The chart presents the distribution of these content creators by social media platforms and professional status, with approximately two million full-time creators that earn six figure salaries by creating content daily or weekly. And that massive distributed content creation engine means that about 90% of the video, audio, photo, and text-based content consumed today by Gen Z is created by individuals, not corporations.
The chart presents the distribution of transport modes for counterfeit pharmaceutical, based on the data from the OECD/EUIPO study on illicit trade in fake pharmaceuticals, published in 2020. The report builds on previous analyses of illicit trade, focusing on trade of counterfeit pharmaceuticals. In addition to possible economic damages for the sector, fake pharmaceuticals pose significant health risks, as often they are not properly formulated and may contain dangerous ingredients. The data highlighted that mail and courier services are the main modes of transport for counterfeit pharmaceuticals traded worldwide. In terms of volume, air is also an important means of transport in the global trade of fake pharmaceuticals. In terms of value, the main transport mode was by road transport and mail and postal services.
The chart presents the distribution of transport modes for cultural artefacts seized by customs in 2019, based on the data from World Customs Organization's "Illicit trade Report 2019." The report shows that air and vehicle are the main conveyance methods for cultural artefacts, representing 73% in total seizures. In 2019, out of 217 seizures, 100 were air seizures (36.9%) and 98 vehicles seizures (36.2%). However, by number of artefacts seized, the vehicle seizures accounted for 65% (6 138), while air seizures only for 19% (1 826) of the total number of artefacts seized by customs.
The chart presents the distribution of transport modes for weapons and ammunition seized by customs in 2019, based on the data from World Customs Organization's "Illicit trade Report 2019." The report shows that air, mail, vehicle and vessel are the conveyance methods present in all the seizures of weapons and ammunition. While seizures of weapons and ammunition made from the mail represented 58.2% (6 089) of all seizures made in 2019 (10 469), their number of pieces accounted only for 7.9% (78 131) of the total number of pieces seized by customs. The majority (70.5%) of pieces seized were made via vehicle transport, and out of those 94.4% were ammunition.
This chart shows the distribution of the seized items by means of transports in the European Union in 2020, based on the results of the EUIPO report "EU Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights: Results at the EU Border and in the EU Internal Market 2020," published in December 2021. The results show that sea, road and air transport remain the most significant means of transport in terms of the number of articles detained, accounting for 88.6% of all items seized (23 million articles).