According to the Berlin-Brandenburg Medienboard (and The Hollywood Reporter), music piracy in Germany cost the industry $660 million last year alone. Not only music is suffering in the country, though–the film industry lost almost $200 million as well. There is no argument that the piracy is caused by filesharing sites such as Kino.to. Though that particular site was shut down, it is impossible to remove all of the similar sites that have jumped to take its place.
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