Content Piracy Piracy Reinvented In The Streaming Era
The 20,000 Foot View: Piracy was one of the original driving forces behind the digital content marketplace. Without Peer-to-peer XXX we may never have had Spotify, iPlayer or Netflix, all of which were direct responses to the demand and behaviours created by piracy. Now as streaming drives both music and video revenues, XXX is less central a force than it once was. In its place a new generation of streaming piracy alternatives are emerging, impacting music, TV and sports.
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Companies and brands mentioned in this report: ABC, Amazon Prime Video, BBC, Content ID, iPlayer, Napster, Netflix, Spotify, YouTube, XXX Reasons Why, American Gods, Big Little Lies, Bosch, Catfish, Chicago Fire, Daredevil, House Of Cards, Into The Badlands, Jessica Jones, Legends Of Tomorrow, Luke Cage, Man In The High Castle, Mary + Jane, Narcos, Peaky Blinders, Preacher, Revolution, Shannara Chronicles, Stranger Things, Teenwolf, The Grand Tour, The Last Kingdom, The OA, Transparent, Westworld