Study: P2P Users Spend More, Buy More

August 29, 2009 by Rico Mossesgeld  
Filed under Services, Trends

Study: P2P Users Spend More, Buy More

A study is hardly definitive if it looks at the users of only one service, but recent research conducted by Frank N. Magid Associates implies that file-sharers—especially those who steal content—actually end up spending more “on traditional media and entertainment”. In other words, frequent P2P users actually contribute more to the bottom line of media companies.

Our survey shows that the P2P user attends 34% more movies in theaters, purchases 34% more DVDs and rents 24% more movies than the average more

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