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    "p2pnet news | MPAA News:- A ’study’ released by Hollywood’s MPAA claimed 44% of so-called domestic losses allegedly suffered by the major movie studios were down to file sharing American students.

    It was later —- much later —- shown to be grossly inaccurate."...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wevotedno View Post
    "p2pnet news | MPAA News:- A ’study’ released by Hollywood’s MPAA claimed 44% of so-called domestic losses allegedly suffered by the major movie studios were down to file sharing American students.

    It was later —- much later —- shown to be grossly inaccurate."...

    More here: MPAA piracy stats: do they make sense?
    Gotta love the MPAA's creative math.

    I guess they're assuming I'm gonna plunk down $10 to go see a movie.. even if I couldn't get it off BT I wouldn't go to the theater to see a movie, so their 'potential' losses are nil.

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