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95% of music downloads illegal

95% of music downloads illegal

By 16 January 2009

The IFPI, a body that promotes and "safeguards" digital music, has released its digital music report covering 2008. The group notes the changes in the industry over the last year, highlighting the likes of Nokia's Comes with Music and MySpace Music, and... >>

Music industry targets Chinese pirates

Music industry targets Chinese pirates

By 6 February 2008

The IFPI has stepped up its battle against illegal music downloading. The organisation, which represents music labels around the globe, today announced that it has started a whole host of legal actions in China. In a statement, it explains: "China has... >>

Music industry targets internet providers

Music industry targets internet providers

By 28 January 2008

The big guns of the music industry are currently getting their heads together at an annual gathering in Cannes, and the key story to come out of the discussions seems to be an overriding belief that ISPs and governments should be playing more of a part... >>

Digital music sales double

Digital music sales double

By 18 January 2007

A new report has announced that we are all buying more digital music, however not enough to threaten CD sales. The report, commissioned by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) says that digital music sales around the world... >>