Internet piracy in the United Kingdom causes up to 50 percent of all Internet traffic to be file-sharing activities.
Counterfeit goods sold on the Internet enables sellers to earn up to $137 Billion a year.
The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced that more than 4,000 pieces of counterfeit NBA goods worth an estimated $200,000 was seized during the NBA All-Star Weekend in Dallas, Texas.
The United States Immigration and Custom Enforcement reported that in the month leading up to the 2010 Super Bowl in South Florida, agents seized 8,165 counterfeit Super Bowl goods worth an estimated $400,000.
Counterfeit goods worth $75 Billion a year is purchased in Mexico, according to the American Chamber of Commerce.
Germany had the highest rate of consumers who purchased black market prescription drugs on the Internet, according to Pfizer. 38 percent of Germans surveyed admitted to buying drugs without a prescription from black market sties.
The counterfeit drugs market in Ireland is estimated to be worth $118 Million (86 Million Euros).
Counterfeit foods around the world creates a $49 Billion a year industry, according to the World Customs Institute.
For every legitimate music file that is legally purchased on the Internet, up to 20 music songs are pirated off the Internet, according to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry.
90 percent of the pirated copies new movie releases are camcorder recording, where a handheld video camera records the screen.