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A South Korean study indicated that the average person uploaded two megabytes per month, with the highest amount uploaded by those aged 24-35, followed by school students ages 12-14, of whom 25 percent uploaded a high amount, and finally adults 18-35.
The most common reasons for file sharing are convenience, access and quality, compared to the second-most common reason, to share free. The three most popular reasons mentioned individually are convenience (e.g. greater convenience to find music faster), quality (e.g. hope to find better quality songs) and access (e.g. easier to download).
Whether or not file sharing causes a decrease in album sales is a matter of debate and controversial. One study did not find a decrease in album sales. Other studies suggest a decrease in album sales, and a mixed amount of studies find little to no correlation between file sharing and album sales.[12, 19]
Music industry executives have called file sharing a "public health problem" because it can place the music industry at risk. Since there is no set amount of money that can be generated from selling music online, the industry is at risk of not breaking even in the event that consumer interest in online music stops.
A study from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) found that "file sharing activities are not a factor in driving home equipment use." Nonetheless, the report found other factors like sex and age to be significant.
Netsweeper, a major music industry marketing group, has admitted that the Internet had replaced cassettes and compact discs (CDs) as the main method of sharing music. But Netsweeper denied the effect that file sharing technology has on album sales, despite domestic industry concerns. d2c66b5586