A new report on the effectiveness of the French three-strikes anti-piracy law claims that it managed to cut Internet piracy in half last year. While lobbyists are making preparations to show these great results to politicians worldwide, there is one thing the report fails to mention. Despite the claimed decrease in piracy, revenues through legal channels are down as well. This is strange, because in previous years these losses were solely attributed to piracy.torrentfreakFrench anti-P2P law cuts back pirating, but music sales still decline
If the market will not buy something at a given price, it's because the market doesn't think it is worth that price.
Either a massive amount of society pirates content (maybe they should listen to society and drop the price or increase the quality)
or it's only a small section of society which means they're not missing out on the nearly the amount of sales they say they are.