New Research Shows Movie And Game Piracy On The Rise, But Won't Tell Us How It Knows
from the is-it-really? dept
What this report doesn't reveal is just how the researchers came to these conclusions. Unlike some recent objective research, this report is not transparent in any way. This lack of transparency is exactly what those Danish researchers want to change. However, not all research firms feel the same way. When a research firm such as Envisional, the author of this latest report, makes a living by providing statistics and other tools and information to content industries, it is their job to create research that adheres to what their employers want to hear. This is usually done by hiding their methodology in order to prevent the results from being debunked. After all, we have already seen what happens when honest researchers look at Envisional's data. Perhaps a closer look at the data is advised.