Canadian Gov’t Commissioned Study Finds P2P May Increase Sales (Globe & Mail)

“Industry Canada, a ministry of the federal government, released a surprising study of peer-to-peer file-sharing on the music industry. The study is called The Impact of Music Downloads and P2P File-Sharing on the Purchase of Music: A Study for Industry Canada, and was written by Birgitte Andersen and Marion Frenz, of the Department of Management at the University of London in England. Its conclusion: P2P file-sharing does not put downward pressure on purchasing music, as the music industry has insisted for years. In fact, it does just the opposite: It tends to increase music purchasing….

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