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Submission + - The numbers behind the Copyright Math (ted.com)

TheUnknownCoder writes: MPAA claims $58 billion in actual US economic losses and 373,000 lost jobs due to piracy. Where are these numbers coming from? Rob Reid puts these numbers into perspective in this TED Talk, leaving us even more puzzled about the math behind copyright laws.
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The numbers behind the Copyright Math

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