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Standard Study: File sharing benefits society - 2010-06-23, 14:46

Felix Oberholzer-Gee, Harvard, and Koleman Strumpf, the University of Kansas, presented their paper File Sharing and Copyright at a music industry conference in Vienna last week. In it, the pair argue that file sharing has weakened copyright holders' economic grasp on their material, but that the primary function of copyright – to provide an incentive for people to create – has not been diminished.

In fact, more creative works than ever are being produced.

“Data on the supply of new works are consistent with our argument that file sharing did not discourage authors and publishers,” the authors wrote. "Since the advent of file sharing, the production of music, books, and movies has increased sharply.

"The publication of new books rose by 66 percent over the 2002-2007 period. Since 2000, the annual release of new music albums has more than doubled, and worldwide feature film production is up by more than 30 percent since 2003.
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