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http://9to5mac.com/2013/01/21/google-commissioned-survey-p2p-users-buy-30-percent-more-music/Google recently commissioned a study by Columbia University on the music-buying patterns of people who share music via peer-2-peer services.  Interestingly, they noticed that those who do share files buy 30% more music than those who don’t use P2P.  This sounds like good news for a company that both sells music and is heavily involved with keeping the Internet as open and accessible as possible.