Thursday, January 26, 2006

Korea top music downloader

According to an OECD study, 80% of Korean students  download music, the highest among OECD nations. How many of those do you think are doing it legally?

2 Comments:

At January 26, 2006 10:27 PM, Anonymous seouledout said...

What fascinates me is that iTunes Music Store is not available anywhere in Asia (excluding Australia), as far as I can see, because of fears of piracy. I still haven't figured out how that works - "We don't want all you Asian people to download music illegally, so in order to encourage you to be responsible and pay for your tunes, we'll prevent you from accessing the most popular and widely used legal music downloading service on the Internet." Yep, makes perfect sense to me.

 
At January 26, 2006 10:30 PM, Blogger Dram Man said...

Actualy iTunes is avalible in Japan. Also I heard that HK and the 'pore are in the works.

That not withstanding, good points about the model.

 

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