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30% of UK File-Sharers Intend To Pirate More In The Next 12 Months

According to a report from a leading UK law firm, nearly 30% of UK file-sharers say they intend to pirate more movies, music, games and ebooks during the next 12 months. The entertainment industries shouldn't be too disappointed though - 36% and 34% of paying music and movie customers say they consume more in the year to come. Source: 30% of UK File-Sharers Intend To Pirate More In The Nex
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