Widespread piracy a myth, if you believe the kids

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New research claims 76% of teens don't download illegally but a torrent site broke records this week. Do the math.

That claim that 'everyone downloads illegally' is just a myth, according to research released by the the Intellectual Property Awareness Foundation (IPAF) this week. It's a comforting report for creatives who fear their music, images, words and video are losing value with every illegal click.

Deborah Stone

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