The Office of the Director of National Intelligence estimated in 2015 that intellectual property theft costs the U.S. economy $400 billion annually.
Here’s what $400 billion looks like in context.
161 out of 168 countries have an annual GDP below $400 billion (as recognized by The World Bank).
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