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[url=http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&ncid=582&e=1&cid=582&u=/nm/20020503/wr_nm/tech_internet_music_dc_2]Article[/url] [quote]Report: Internet File-Sharing Boosts Music Sales Fri May 3, 5:44 PM ET By Andy Sullivan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Internet users who download songs for free from unauthorized "peer to peer" services are more likely to increase their music purchases than regular Internet users, according to a report released on Friday. While file-sharing services like Kazaa and Morpheus enable anyone with an Internet connection to access a huge library of music for free, experienced file sharers are more likely to actually increase the amount of money they spend on CDs, the report by research firm Jupiter Media Metrix said. Thirty four percent of all peer-to-peer users said they spent more money on music than before they used such services, the report said, while 15 percent said they spent less. One-half said the amount of money they spent remained the same. [/quote] [url=http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&ncid=582&e=1&cid=582&u=/nm/20020503/wr_nm/tech_internet_music_dc_2]Article[/url]
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It depends entirely of the "universe". Which city, what zone, county ... Data can be xtremely manipulated, depending what do you want to sell as a result. Nice article, Bob.

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