Where in the world do the viewers of Copyright Litigation Blog come from? Here are some statistics from the top ten countries on overall readership from the time that Google started counting. The blog originally had a subscription to Sitemeter that tracked readership, but that broke down at one point. Since Google Analytics started keeping count for free, I chose to rely on the Google Analytics numbers.
How do these historical numbers compare with more recent viewership? Last month Google Analytics tracked 13,300 page views (a relatively slow month). Here are how the numbers broke out by the top ten countries:
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