Streaming DOES reduce filesharing, says Aspiro


A survey commissioned by Scandinavian firm Aspiro claims that users of streaming music services are less likely to fileshare music illegally.The survey of Norwegian consumers found that 54% said that since getting access to streaming music, they don't download tracks illegally any more.Aspiro runs the WiMP streaming music service, a paid subscription service which it's...

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