Copy Culture in the US and Germany is a comparative study of digital culture, focusing on media consumption, media acquisition, and attitudes toward copyright enforcement. The study is based on a random phone survey of 2303 Americans and 1000 Germans in August-September 2011.


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Introduction

Overall Findings

Methodology

Context

Practices

Copy Culture

Attitudes

Children Are The Future

Appendices

References

Acknowledgments

Explore the Data


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