Norwegian news site Aftenposten has a startling graph. The data claims that around 1.2bn songs were illegally shared in 2008, along with 125m films and 135m TV shows. However, for 2012 the figures are around 210m songs, 65m films and 55m TV shows. Everything is down, then, but if the data is to be believed, music filesharing is down 81.9% in just four years. The survey also found 47% of respondents using streaming music services like WiMP and Spotify, with 54% of these people paying for at least one of the services.

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