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Suport for arrangements to limit the spread of illegal content on the Internet

This segmented bar graph shows that there is strong support for arrangements to limit the spread of illegal content on the internet in all EU countries.
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Total piracy by access method, EU28, 2018

This donut chart shows the distribution of piracy in the EU 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 TV and film.
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Total piracy by country and content type, 2018

This chart shows piracy by EU 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 EU. Finland has the lowest rate at 4.6 access per user per month. Germany, Italy, Denmark, Austria, Spain, Sweden, the UK and Slovenia are also below the EU average of 9.7.
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TOTAL piracy trends by country

This table shows the total piracy trends by country, EU28
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Trend in removal rates on facebook based on the moving averages of percentage of removed cases

This graph shows the percent of reported content which was removed by Facebook based on data collected by INACH, the International Network Against Cyberhate. INACH's 2018 report, "The State of Cyber Hate," found that Facebook's removal rate varied widely from month to month in 2017, reaching a maximum of roughly 80% in August and a minimum of roughly 40% in June. Overall, Facebook's removal rate trended slightly upward in 2017.
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Trend in removal rates on twitter based on the moving averages of percentage of removed cases

This graph shows the percent of reported content which was removed by Twitter based on data collected by INACH, the International Network Against Cyberhate. INACH's 2018 report, "The State of Cyber Hate," found that Twitter's removal rate varied widely from month to month in 2017, reaching a maximum of roughly 90% in February and a minimum of roughly 9% in November. Overall, Twitter's removal rate trended downward in 2017.
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Trend in removal rates on youtube based on the moving averages of percentage of removed cases

This graph shows the percent of reported content which was removed by YouTube based on data collected by INACH, the International Network Against Cyberhate. INACH's 2018 report, "The State of Cyber Hate," found that YouTube's removal rate varied widely from month to month in 2017, reaching a maximum of roughly 90% in January and April and a minimum of roughly 22% in June. Overall, YouTube's removal rate trended slightly downward in 2017.
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Trust in news and information from different sources all europeans

This segmented bar chart shows the data collected via survey for the Flash Eurobarometer 464. The data shows that respondents were more likely to trust traditional news sources, such as radio, television, and printed newspapers and news magazines, than they were to trust online sources. The chart also shows that respondents were more likely to report that they didn't know how much they trusted online sources.
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Trust in news and information from different sources by country

This segmented bar chart shows the data collected via survey for the Flash Eurobarometer 464. The data shows responses to the question, "How much do you trust or not the news and information you access through online social networks and messaging apps?" The data shows that respondents from Portugal were the most likely to trust this type of information, while respondents from Austria were the least likely to do so. Among all Europeans, 26% of respondents said that they trusted this information.
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TV, video and music legal offer

This table shows the number of TV channels and online video and music platforms available in each EU Member State as of October 2019, as a legal offer to pirated sources