Articles / CyberLaw
Posted by admin on Nov 04, 2004 - 09:53 PM
The Motion Picture Industry of America is getting to ready to launch a series of copyright infringement suits against illegal P2P movie file sharers. Videotaped copies of films in theaters often are digitized or burned off DVDs and then distributed on file-sharing networks accessed with software programs like eDonkey, Kazaa and Grokster. Read the article at U.S.A. Today .
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