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The Global Innovation Policy Center Studies Digital Video Piracy

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Innovation Policy Center published a report, “Impacts of Digital Video Piracy on the U.S. Economy,” which “takes a close look at how piracy stifles the economic growth and progress generated by streaming. The study shows that all of the benefits that streaming brings to our economy have been artificially capped by digital piracy. Using macroeconomic modeling of digital piracy, the study estimates that global online piracy costs the U.S. economy at least $29.2 billion in lost revenue each year.”

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