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Estimated Value of Direct Lost Sales 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 sales in the clothing, footware and accessories industries, accounting for 46% of their direct lost sales. European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
The chart shows the share of estimated counterfeit and pirated goods trade in the European Union imports, for the years 2013, 2016 and 2019, based on the results of the OECD/EUIPO reports "Trade in Counterfeit and Pirated Goods," published in 2016, 2019 and 2021. The results show a decline by one per cent in the share of trade in the counterfeit and pirated goods in EU imports in 2019 compared to 2016.
The chart presents an estimation of the global trade of dangerous counterfeit products in the period 2017-2019, based on the OECD and the European Union Intellectual Property Office report "Dangerous Fakes: Trade in Counterfeit Goods that Pose Health, Safety and Environmental Risks," published in March 2022. The report shows that the total volume of potential dangerous counterfeit products traded amounted to almost USD 75 billion in 2019, slightly lower than in 2017 and 2018, when it amounted to USD 88.4 billion. In addition, the report mentions also that the trade in dangerous counterfeit goods represented a third of global trade in counterfeit goods in 2019.
According to the results of the Eurobarometer survey, in all countries, more than half of respondents viewed the existence of news or information that misrepresents reality or is even false as a problem. Over 90% of respondents from Cyprus, Greece and Italy view this kind of information as problem in their country, while in Belgium only 66% share this view. The respondents were asked "Q4.1 In your opinion, is the existence of news or information that misrepresent reality or even false a problem in your country?" European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
Evolution of the Sources of Copyright Infringement Before and After Haute Autorité Française pour la Diffusion des Oeuvres et la Protection des Droits sur Internet
The chart shows the prevalence of copyright infringement through peer to peer filesharing and other platforms before and after establishment of Haute Autorité Française pour la Diffusion des Oeuvres et la Protection des Droits sur Internet (HADOPI). Although peer to peer file sharing decreased by 15%, overall copyright infringement increased by 3%.
Evolution of the Total Number of Professional Monitoring Cases of Copyright Infringement (2013- 2017)
This graph shows how the number of professional monitoring cases has changed between 2013 and 2017, based on data from HADOPI (Haute Autorité Française pour la Diffusion des Oeuvres et la Protection des Droits sur Internet). The number of cases has increased consistently between 2013 and 2017.
In 2017, the attacks specifically classified as ethno-nationalist and separatist accounted for the largest proportion of failed, foiled and completed terrorist attacks.
This chart shows the per cent of feedback provided by online platforms to different types of users (general user or trusted flagger/reporter). The results are based on data reported by social media platforms participating in the European Commission's Code of conduct. The data shows that platforms have higher rates of providing feedback to trusted flaggers compared to the ones to the general users, with differences varying between 4.6% (Facebook) and 46.3% (Twitter). One of the European Commission's conclusions included in the fifth monitoring exercice is that online platforms must improve their feedback to users'notifications.
This chart shows the per cent of feedback provided by online platforms to different types of users (general user or trusted flagger/reporter). The results are based on data reported by social media platforms participating in the European Commission's Code of conduct. The data shows that Facebook is informing consistently both trusted flaggers and general users, while Twitter, YouTube, TikTok and Instagram provide feedback more frequently when notifications come from trusted flaggers. Jeuxvideo has significantly increased its performance on feedback to users (it was 22.5% in 2020). One of the conclusions included in the sixth monitoring exercice is that notifications from general users continue to be often treated differently than those sent through special channels for “trusted flaggers”, with differences varying from 1.7% (Facebook) to 80% (TikTok).
The chart shows the percent of users who reported posts who received feedback regarding their report on various social media platforms. Facebook was most likely to provide feedback to normal users and to trusted flaggers. All of the platforms were more likely to provide feedback to trusted flaggers than to normal users.