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Anti-Piracy Education Enters UK Classrooms

A new component of the Creative Content UK initiative is set to discourage Internet piracy via the classroom. Encouraging students to think about who will pay for Vin Diesel's socks if everyone pirates movies, charity Into Film in partnership with The Industry Trust, The IPO and FACT have a lesson…

When Hollywood Raids Pirates, What Do They Search For?

During December five men from the UK received sentences totaling 17 years after leaking thousands of movies onto the Internet. In an earlier article we revealed how the men were tracked down. Today we'll look more closely at what police and the Federation Against Copyright Theft were looking for when…

The Confessions of a Camming Movie Pirate

After being sentenced to close to three years in prison for recording the movie Fast & Furious 6 and uploading it to the Internet, Philip Danks was released last month. Today we reveal the inside story of what made this UK-based 'cammer' tick, from procuring recording equipment to plans for…

UK Police Arrest Movie Cammer / Uploader

Police in the UK have arrested a man believed to have recorded newly-released movies in cinemas and then uploaded them to the Internet. The 33-year-old, who was arrested under the Fraud Act following a FACT investigation, is thought to be responsible for leaks of American Ultra and Maze Runner: The…

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