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  • Australians are choosing legal over pirated media
  • Australians are choosing legal over pirated media
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Australians are choosing legal over pirated media

Australians have gained a bad rep when it comes to media piracy, but data shows a 20% year-on-year fall in piracy since 2014. Aussies are favouring above board subscription services like Netflix and innovative ticketing systems like Choovie which offer cheap tickets over illegal downloads.

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