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Content Piracy: Making Careers Disappear

A new Parks Associates report shows the value of pirate video services accessed by pay TV and non-pay TV consumers will exceed $67 billion this year. Those billions of dollars represent income stolen from content producers, entertainment platforms and production professionals all over the world.

From the article, "Content piracy: Making careers disappear" by Multichoice

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