Changing the course of the debate on piracy

Joe Karaganis, lead author of the report on Media Piracy in Emerging Economies, speaks to ORGZine about his work

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Joe Karaganis, lead author of the Media Piracy in Emerging Economies report, speaks to ORGZine about his work. He tells us why the approach to tackling piracy needs to change, and why the relative disparity in prices of goods such as CDs & DVDs in emerging economies compared to the US & Europe has made a surge in piracy inevitable.

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