11th December 2023

IFPI’s global study finds we’re listening to more music in more ways than ever

~ IFPI’s Engaging with Music 2023 report: the largest music study of its kind~ ~ Time spent listening to music increases to 20.7 hours per week~ ~ Fans use an average of seven different methods to engage with music~ 11th December 2023 – IFPI, representing the recording industry worldwide, today released Engaging with Music 2023, […]

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10th December 2023

EU AI Act trilogue agreement: Groundbreaking step forward towards responsible AI

10th December 2023 – IFPI has today issued this statement about the EU AI Act trilogue agreement: “The trilogue agreement for this important, first-of-its-kind legislation provides a constructive and encouraging framework. “AI offers creators both opportunities and risks, and we believe there is a path to a mutually successful outcome for both the creative and […]

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28th November 2023

Brazilian and Peruvian authorities continue ‘Operation 404’ against infringing music services

28th November 2023 – Brazilian law enforcement authorities, together with authorities in Peru, have completed a further series of actions as part of the ongoing ‘Operation 404’, an initiative to tackle infringing services on the internet, supported by IFPI and Pro-Música Brasil.  Operation 404 continues to be one of the largest campaigns of its kind […]

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27th November 2023

Music fans worldwide believe human creativity essential in time of AI

Attitudes towards AI revealed for the first time in largest global study of its kind ~ 79% feel human creativity remains essential to the creation of music ~ ~ 76% feel that an artist’s music or vocals should not be used or ingested by AI without permission ~ ~ 74% agree that AI should not […]

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25th October 2023

Brazilian authorities shut down major illegal filesharing site in Brazil

Prominent illegal filesharing forum, FileWarez, shut down following co-ordinated action by record company bodies and local authorities 25th October, 2023 – IFPI, the organisation that represents the recorded music industry worldwide, alongside its Brazilian national group Pro-Música, have welcomed the successful action against  – one of the most prominent illegal file sharing sites in […]

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9th October 2023

Record companies successfully act against streaming manipulation site in Germany

Campaign continues against streaming manipulation services that jeopardise revenues returning to artists Berlin, 9th October 2022 – IFPI, the organisation that represents the recording industry worldwide, and BVMI, its National Group in Germany, have announced that, following successful legal action, prominent Germany-based streaming manipulation service, has shut down.  The operators of the site are […]

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