Mobile Entertainment Piracy Market Value: $3.4 Billion

Mobile Entertainment Piracy is the unauthorized downloading of content for use on mobile devices, such as cellular phones.

The mobile entertainment industry lost $3.4 billion to pirated content in 2006.

 

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  1. Source: “Mobile DRM Issues Set to Cost Europe US $4.4 billion in 2006,” Cellar-News, May 9, 2006, (accessed: May 31, 2006).

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