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영어레포트_영화 불법다운로드 실태 분석 Online Piracy in Korean film industry

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한국의 영화 온라인 불법다운로드의 실태를 분석한 영어레포트입니다.
단순히 실태 조사가 아닌 불법다운로드자들의 경로와 이용실태를 그들의 관점에서 보고 분석하여 기술하였습니다.

Actual condition of online piracy in Korean film industry
Today, rampant piracy, taking place on South Korea`s ubiquitous broadband network, is at the center of the country`s film industry`s problems. Illegal download of films through the internet has become common in the country where almost nine out of ten homes have a broadband connection. People are usually peer-to-peer networks (P2P) or web-based to download films conveniently and fast enough without having to travel to cinemas for each film and buy tickets costing around 8 dollars). The scale of losses to piracy in Korean film industry is escalating sharply and the consuming public move is serious in online networks.
The Korean film industry’s losses to piracy stand at $1 billion in 2008, up more than three times the $300 million total in 2005, according to the Korean Film Council (KOFIC).

목차

I. Actual condition of online piracy in Korean film industry

II. Creating their own society
1. Release and Release Groups
2. The file sharing sites in P2P networks and web-based networks
3. Market in web-based networks
4. The reasons of doing piracy

III. Conclusion

References

본문내용

Today, rampant piracy, taking place on South Korea`s ubiquitous broadband network, is at the center of the country`s film industry`s problems. Illegal download of films through the internet has become common in the country where almost nine out of ten homes have a broadband connection. People are usually peer-to-peer networks (P2P) or web-based to download films conveniently and fast enough without having to travel to cinemas for each film and buy tickets costing around 8 dollars). The scale of losses to piracy in Korean film industry is escalating sharply and the consuming public move is serious in online networks.
The Korean film industry’s losses to piracy stand at $1 billion in 2008, up more than three times the $300 million total in 2005, according to the Korean Film Council (KOFIC). KOFIC surveys have found the respondents who had been involved in illegal downloading stated they downloaded approximately 55 movies per year, or more than one per week. Some 35% of down-loaders said they did during a month of a movie`s public release in theaters, and 29% said they knew how and where to find illegal downloads even when film is on theaters.

참고 자료

References
 The Korean Film Council (KOFIC). (2008). Retrieved December 2nd, from http://www.kofic.or.kr/
 Jean Noh (2008 October 27). KOFIC unveils Korean film industry rescue package. Screen daily. Retrieved December 2nd, from
http://www.screendaily.com/kofic-unveils-korean-film-industry-rescue-package/4041591.article
 Marina Dimova (2008, September). Piracy takes a toll on South Korean film industry. VisitBulgaria. Retrieved December 2nd, from
http://visitbulgaria.info/piracy-takes-toll-south-korean-film-industry
 RAM GARIKIPATI (2008 February 1). Online movie piracy in Korea. Seoul Buffon. Retrieved December 2nd, from
http://seoulbuffoon.blogspot.com/2008/02/online-movie-piracy-in-korea.html
 Filenori Retrieved December 2nd, from http://www.filenori.co.kr/
 MFile Retrieved December 2nd, from http://www.mfile.co.kr/
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