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A new US Chamber of Commerce report has revealed a “dramatic” increase in digital video piracy, costing the US economy nearly $30 billion annually.
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US Chamber of Commerce, Global Innovation Policy Center, NERA Economic Consulting, digital piracy, TV, film, streaming, BitTorrent