MPAA admits they are bad at math

110% of pirated content comes from North America, 44% from college students… well maybe 15% they forgot to carry a 1 or something…

In a 2005 study it commissioned, the Motion Picture Association of America claimed that 44 percent of the industry’s domestic losses came from illegal downloading of movies by college students, who often have access to high-bandwidth networks on campus icloud medialibrary.

The MPAA has used the study to pressure colleges to take tougher steps to prevent illegal file-sharing and to back legislation currently before the House of Representatives that would force them to do so solid works downloaden.

But now the MPAA, which represents the U.S. motion picture industry, has told education groups a “human error” in that survey caused it to get the number wrong herunterladen. It now blames college students for about 15 percent of revenue loss.


According to the AP spiele solitär kostenlos herunterladen. students on campus might account for up to 3% that is a 15th of the MPAA’s number, and in my view much more likely.

If the MPAA wants to see more CD sales…  well that ship has sailed.  Music is overplayed on the radio, and MP3’s are going to subscription.  The MPAA is going to have to go back to school because they aren’t going to get a new job if they don’t brush up on those math skills samsung kies download pc.