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Pot calling the kettle black?

Sep 16, 20031 min
Data Center

While the movie industry runs around looking for people who put illegal copies of films on the ‘Net, it should be stopping to look in the mirror. According to an article in The New York Times:

According to a new study published by AT&T Labs, the prime source of unauthorized copies of new movies on file-sharing networks appears to be movie industry insiders, not consumers. The study is “the first publicly available assessment of the source of leaks of popular movies,” according to its authors.

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