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Beyonce’s New Album Has Already Been Pirated More Than 240,000 Times

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According to a new report, Beyonce’s latest album ‘Beyonce’ has already been pirated more than 240,000 times!MusicMetric says record labels can regularly check the BitTorrent data – a site known for being able to access pirated music and software – “to have an incredibly detailed insight into where their artists are popular – right down to the town.” The report also says that had these copies been purchased versus pirated, the album would have made another $3.8 million.

Still, it may not hurt Beyonce. She has already sold almost 1 million copies in the first two weeks since she released the top secret album in the middle of the night.

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