The China Film Copyright Association reported that Chinese Internet Users between the age of 18 to 35 download an average of 31 movies a year, with most of the downloads being illegally pirated.
Counterfeit goods in Indonesia causes losses of $4.14 Billion (37 Trillion Indonesian Rupees) each year, according to the Indonesian Anti-Counterfeiting Society.
During the 2009 NFL football season, over 2,800 unauthorized online piracy streams of games were taken down by the league.
In 2009, federal investigators from the Public Education Secretariat 179 fake college diplomas, 84 fake college degrees, and 370 counterfeit professional licenses.
Car maker Toyota conducted 250 anti-counterfeiting raids across the world in 2009 that resulted in 1.1 Million counterfeit auto parts being seized by authorities.
Computer and Printer manufacturer HP seized 900,000 counterfeit supplies in the United Arab Emirates in FY2009, double the 444,000 counterfeit parts seized in FY 2008. Across the entire Middle East region, HP seized 2.4 Million counterfeit parts and supplies in 2009.
12 percent of consumers knowingly purchased counterfeit goods in the United Arab Emirates.
Counterfeit wine makes up to 30 percent , or 75 million liters, of all wine imports into Russia each year.
In 2009, 79 percent of all computers in China were running pirated software, creating financial losses of $7.5 Billion.
Countries in East Africa lose up to $500 Million in tax revenue due to black market sales of counterfeit goods.