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Tax income lost from online piracy by content type in Spain 2014-2017

Lost tax income from online piracy in Spain from 2014 to 2017, by content type (in million euros)

by Fernando Forte, last edited Oct 26, 2018
Tax income lost from online piracy by content type in Spain 2014-2017 This statistic shows the lost tax income from online piracy in Spain from 2014 to 2017. With over 106 million euros in lost taxes, the music industry represented the media branch with the highest tax loss in 2017. The book industry is also worth a mention, since it is the media branch that most increased in terms of tax loss in 2017, growing from 8.5 million euros in 2016 to 24.4 million euros in 2017. The online piracy industry has also been analyzed by illegally accessed volume and value of the content.
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Lost tax income from online piracy in Spain from 2014 to 2017, by content type (in million euros)

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by Fernando Forte, last edited Oct 26, 2018
This statistic shows the lost tax income from online piracy in Spain from 2014 to 2017. With over 106 million euros in lost taxes, the music industry represented the media branch with the highest tax loss in 2017. The book industry is also worth a mention, since it is the media branch that most increased in terms of tax loss in 2017, growing from 8.5 million euros in 2016 to 24.4 million euros in 2017. The online piracy industry has also been analyzed by illegally accessed volume and value of the content.
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