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Survey report on use of "Unlicensed Music Applications" made public

On September 15, 2020, the Recording Industry Association of Japan published a survey report on the use of "Unlicensed Music Applications."
According to the report, the estimated number of users of "Unlicensed Music Applications" that enable music distribution in a manner not intended by artists and other rights holders is about 2,460,000, accounting for about 2% of the population, and the total number of people in their teens and 20's is about 1,940,000, accounting for 78.7% of the total.
In addition, 86.2% of the respondents said that "they will continue to use the "Unlicensed Music Applications" while knowing that the profits of the "Unlicensed Music Applications" have not been given to right holders such as artists," and more than 60% of the total responded that "they will continue to use the applications while feeling guilty".
The Association says that, by repeatedly using the "Unlicensed Music Applications", there is a possibility that people may be exposed to music without recognizing the customs and consciousness of returning to artists and spending on the purchase and use of music.


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