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MPAA’s Study Revised; College Students Not Huge Pirates

By Sergio Published on .

The Motion Picture Association of America has revised previously released numbers on the state of film piracy, now stating that college students account for 15% of the movie industry’s revenue loss though illegal downloading. That compares with the 44% that was reported in 2005, the Los Angeles Times notes. The MPAA attributes the change to human error in their calculations.
-Sergio Ibarra
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