Ok, this is an educated guess.
These were the best and latest statistics i could get.
In September 2006, Steve Jobs announced that iTunes owned 88% of the legal music download market.
iTunes had 10,152,284 downloads a day on average, from 6 to 8 Billion downloads.
- so like it went from 6 to 8 billion downloads in like 200 days (10M x 200 = 2Billion)
A report released by the IFPI in 2009, stated that 95% of music downloads are illegal.
- so iTunes has 88% of this 5%
If we put that together......... 88% of 5%
The 5% of all music downloads is 11,536,686 a day
so the illegal market is....
230,733,727 illegal music downloads a day.... amazing huh? 230 Million a day.
I'm not going to do the 'per year' calculation, cus it probably wont fit on my calculator. LOL
NOTE - the 3 Statistics are from different times (not accurate)
- iTunes' growth is EXPONENTIAL
- that's their sales up to 8 Billion
- iTunes is over 10 Billion now
- the music industry is better off, people still buy the physical album from a store or sumthin and that's not calculated in this
But take this as the best statistic you can get, cus something like this is hard to track and calculate
140,000 in 2004.
How many minutes will high school students spend texting on there cell phones next year
There are usually 4 trillion to 10 trillion illegal songs downloaded each year, while 4 billion songs are legally downloaded. wow.
Depending on the study, between 200,000 and 400,000 people successfully cross the US-Mexico border each year illegally.
Eminem made around 1,364 songs (just of the year 2011).
In which year? Britain has had it's fingers into Persia and her neighbours for centuries, but assuming you mean when the US illegally invaded it last time, the UK (not just Britain) and many other nations illegally invaded it the same year, 2003. So much for "international law".
Yes, you can. The more music you download the longer you stay in jail. My friend downloaded over 100 songs and stayed in jail for atleast a year.
in 2008 it was 3 million, but I'm not sure about the present date