Consequence of Sound writes:

On Tuesday, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) released its annual Music Consumer Insight Report, which states that 38% of consumers still acquire their music via copyright infringement.

More specifically, the IFPI reports that 32% of all consumers grab their new Drake albums via ripped streams, 23% of ’em use cyberlockers such as BitTorrent, and another 17% simply use a search engine like Google.

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