As part of a lobbying effort for Canadian copyright reform, a study commissioned by the Canadian Intellectual Property Council has claimed that "reforms that deter peer to peer (P2P) downloading will lead to increased music sales and artist revenues and the preservation of jobs in the creative industries".
Its top line findings are that:
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