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As digital file formats and high bandwidth became the norm, copy culture grew, with more sharing among friends, more downloading over the Internet, and more competition from other legal and illegal sources.


These numbers have a strong generational component: copy culture is, to a considerable extent, youth culture: among 18- to 29-years-old in both countries, participation in these practices reaches 70%.




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For both Germans and Americans, these numbers fall sharply for more active forms of participation in file-sharing networks. Only 4% of American Internet users, on average, belong to private file-sharing communities (which require invitations and registration, and often the maintenance of minimum upload-to-download ratios). In Germany the number is 1%. Only 2% of Americans and 1% of Germans say they have uploaded TV or movie files to file sharing services.6


Americans who download video files for free have relatively balanced motivations for their behavior, ranging from sharing with others, to the desire to watch video files on more than one device, to a distaste for commercials. The German responses were similar, but the sample was too small to provide reliable results.


The Times of India rated 3.5 out of 5 stars and stated "Packaged with umpteen laugh-out-loud moments, Two Countries is definitely what one would expect from a Dileep movie. The screenplay by Rafi is clean, situational humour with clever quips and the actors hit the ball out of the park with their comic timing".[13]


Gathered by M-Lab and compiled by Cable.co.uk, the Worldwide Speed League is an open source project with contributors ranging from civil organizations to educational institutions and private companies. With this being the fourth consecutive year the group has compiled its research, the League has been remarkably successful in showing which countries offer the fastest internet speeds and how those speeds relate to tasks like downloading a 5GB movie.


For those living on the coasts of Jersey, downloading a 5GB movie takes just over 3 minutes. With a mean download speed of 218.37Mbps, Jersey has found itself steadily climbing the worldwide internet speed list. The small country finds itself in second place this year, it sat at 3rd place just a year ago.


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Gibraltar is another rising star in the world of fast internet speeds. It rings in at 183.09Mbps, putting it No. 4 on our list of fastest internet speeds in the world. At that pace, you can download a 5 GB movie in just 3 minutes, 44 seconds.


We finally venture out of Europe and south to Asia where Hong Kong comes in at No. 8 on our list. This small Asian country offers a mean download speed of 105.32 Mbps, allowing users to download a 5GB movie in just 6 minutes, 29 seconds.


Back to Europe we go, as Western Europe's Monaco comes in at ninth on our list of the fastest internet speeds in the world. Monaco offers a media download speed of 104.98Mbps, which allows users to download a 5GB movie in just 6 minutes, 30 seconds -- one second slower than in Hong Kong.


With beautiful beaches and glorious weather, who needs the internet? Aruba, obviously. This island country in the Caribbean checks in with an impressive 89.81 Mbps mean download speed, allowing users to download a 5GB video in just 7 minutes, 36 seconds.


Europe just can't stay off our list, as Malta, which is in Western Europe, chacks in with a blazing 87.36Mbps mean download speed. This allows users to download a 5GB movie in just 7 minutes, 49 seconds.


Each country accesses a different version of iTunes or the App Store. Sometimes these stores have different apps, music, movies, and other media available in them. But even if two stores have exactly the same content, you can only access your purchased media from the store you bought it from.


Anything already on your device is still available to use, and apps you've already downloaded still get the latest updates. But you'll need to change the App Store and iTunes settings back to your original country again if you want to access purchases that you hadn't already downloaded.


It's possible to create a new Apple ID account without attaching any payment information to it, allowing you to download free media from iTunes or the App Store in any country. If you want to buy something from another country, you can either add a payment method from that country or purchase a foreign gift card to use with that account.


If you've already downloaded them to your device, you can still use any apps, music, movies, TV shows, books, and other iTunes or App Store purchases regardless of which country or account you purchased them from. That means you should download all the purchases you want to keep using before changing your iTunes and App Store country or before creating a separate Apple ID account.


Creating a second Apple ID account is the best way to temporarily switch iTunes and the App Store countries. You don't need a foreign payment method and it's easy to switch back and forth between your old account and the new one.


Selection of TV shows and movies: Choices for streaming and downloading (including audio/subtitle options) vary by country. Also, My List and Continue Watching titles may not be available.


Cameron envisions 5G will power an Internet of Things in the two countries, facilitating speedy communications between smart devices such as smartphones, tablets, home monitoring systems and appliances. South Korea announced earlier this year that it has already begun building its next-generation network and hopes to make it commercially available by 2020.


Whether 5G will hit us sooner rather than later largely depends on carriers and manufacturers adopting it. While other countries compete to deliver 5G connectivity before others, some carriers here in the U.S. continue to struggle with providing reliable 4G LTE networks nationwide. Verizon Wireless is also working on deploying an improved AWS LTE spectrum for better connections before the end of 2014.


In all countries surveyed, adults with a secondary education or higher are more likely to own their own mobile phone than are those with less than a secondary education. These educational gaps in ownership range from just 3 percentage points in Vietnam to 35 points in the Philippines.


Across the countries surveyed, the 7% median of those who share, rather than own, a mobile phone cite a number of reasons for why they share their phones. About four-in-ten phone sharers in Kenya (42%), Venezuela (40%) and Tunisia (38%) say they share a phone primarily because they cannot afford their own device. Another half of Venezuelan sharers say they now share a phone because their own phone was lost, broken or stolen, as do about four-in-ten Colombians (41%) and Kenyans (41%). Not needing to use a mobile phone regularly is a commonly cited reason for sharing a phone in India (39%) and the Philippines (29%).


Smartphones, or phones that can connect to the internet and run apps, are the most prevalent type of mobile device in nine of the 11 countries surveyed: A majority of adults (median of 53%) report using a smartphone. Usage is highest in Lebanon (86%) and Jordan (85%), and lowest in India (32%).


Basic and feature phones are less popular overall, but some countries stand out for their high usage of these less digitally connected phones. In India nearly half of adults (47%) say they use a basic mobile phone that cannot connect to the internet. Sizable shares in Kenya (40%), Tunisia (37%) and Venezuela (36%) also report using a basic phone.


Younger adults lead the way in smartphone use in each of the countries surveyed. Across all 11 countries, those under 30 are much more likely to use a smartphone than those ages 50 and older. However, usage rates among 18- to 29-year-olds differ substantially by country, from nine-in-ten or more in Lebanon, Jordan and Vietnam to fewer than half of Kenyans under 30 (46%).


Among the seven online social media platforms and messaging apps asked about on this survey, a median of 62% use Facebook. Facebook is most popular in Jordan and Lebanon, where about seven-in-ten adults say they currently use it. Although India has the smallest percentage of Facebook users (24%) of the countries surveyed, the country also has the largest net number of active Facebook users in the world.


But some platforms are more popular in particular countries. For example, about one-third of Lebanese adults (34%) say they currently use Instagram. The messaging app Viber is most popular in Lebanon and Tunisia, where about one-in-five adults report using it. And Jordanians stand out for their use of the photo-messaging app Snapchat (24%).


In most of the 11 countries analyzed, a majority of adults report using at least one of the seven social media platforms or messaging apps included in this survey. This type of online activity is especially common in Lebanon, Jordan, Colombia and Mexico, where about three-quarters or more use at least one of these services.


Internet use is most widespread in Jordan and Lebanon, where 87% of adults in each country go online. About eight-in-ten adults also go online in the Latin American countries of Mexico (81%), Colombia (80%) and Venezuela (77%).


India has the smallest share of internet users of the countries surveyed: Just 38% of Indians use the internet. However, a majority of Indians ages 18 to 29 (55%) go online, as do a majority of Indians with a secondary degree or more (67%).


In eight of these countries, gender differences in internet use are either nonexistent (in the case of Colombia, the Philippines, Venezuela and Vietnam) or modest (in the case of Jordan, Lebanon, Mexico and South Africa). These differences are most prominent in India, Kenya and Tunisia, although majorities of both men and women in Tunisia and Kenya go online. In India, 46% of men and just 29% of women use the internet. To some extent, these gender gaps in internet use coincide with differences in smartphone use, as men in both countries are more likely to use smartphones than women.


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