TV Piracy Increased 30% This Year With Help From “Squid Game”
TV piracy is on the rise. New data shared by tracking company MUSO shows that the number of visits to TV piracy sites has increased by 30% compared to last year. While copyright holders are working hard to address the problem, subscription fatigue and hit shows such as Squid Game continue to push demand higher.
There is little doubt that, for many people, streaming services have become the standard for watching TV-shows.
This is no surprise, since subscription-based streaming services are among the best and most convenient alternatives to piracy at this point.
However, the appeal of the streaming model becomes diluted when there are too many ‘Netflixes.’ Most people gladly sign up for one or two streaming services, but more than a handful is a bridge too far for many.
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