Creative Content Australia supports the screen industry by raising awareness about the role of copyright and the impact of piracy.
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AUSTRALIAN PIRACY BEHAVIOURS 

ANNUAL SYCAMORE RESEARCH

Are Australians pirating less? 

Each year, Creative Content Australia conducts research to understand the piracy behaviours of adult and teenage Australians. The results are shared with the wider community to better inform debate, dispel myths and motivate changes in behaviour. 

Positively, since 2014 downloading and streaming pirated content has followed a continued downward trend as more Australians find legal ways to watch films and TV. 

2019 Australian Piracy Behaviours 2019 Australian Piracy Behaviours (2864 KB)
2018 Australian Piracy Behaviours 2018 Australian Piracy Behaviours (3821 KB)

2017 Australian Piracy Behaviours 2017 Australian Piracy Behaviours (6163 KB)
2016 Australian Piracy Behaviours 2016 Australian Piracy Behaviours (1062 KB)
2015 Australian Piracy Behaviours 2015 Australian Piracy Behaviours (1369 KB)
2014 Australian Piracy Behaviours 2014 Australian Piracy Behaviours (578 KB)
2013 Australian Piracy Behaviours 2013 Australian Piracy Behaviours (3477 KB)
2012 Australian Piracy Behaviours 2012 Australian Piracy Behaviours (972 KB)
2011 Australian Piracy Behaviours 2011 Australian Piracy Behaviours (3780 KB)
2010 Australian Piracy Behaviours 2010 Australian Piracy Behaviours (218 KB)

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