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    Hollywood Movie Studios Sue Shuttered Piracy Site Megaupload

    U.S. law enforcement officials shut down Megaupload, the movie piracy site, back in 2012, but today, six major U.S. movie studios have filed a lawsuit against the cyberlocker site and its key operators, alleging that they profited from massive copyright infringement.

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    Infographic: Here's How Big Data Is Revolutionizing the Movie (and Music) Business

    In this infographic, "How Big Data Is Revolutionizing The Music & Movie Businesses," from the team at WhoIsHostingThis.com, you can clearly see how big data will continue to transform the entertainment industry and change what and when we are available to view our favorite movies and television show...

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    5 Daily Tech Stories That Filmmakers (and Film Fans) Must Read: Combating Piracy, Top Indies in iTunes and More

    From combating piracy to crowdfunding tips to the top indies in iTunes, here are today's 5 top tech stories for filmmakers and film fans.

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    The MPAA Updates Anti-Piracy Guidelines, Ask Theater Employees to Police Audience

    The MPAA has updated its anti-piracy guidelines and is asking theater employees to police the audience and report potential piracy.

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    The Top 10 Most Pirated Movies Of 2012 Include 'Project X,' 'Mission: Impossible 4,' 'Dark Knight Rises' & More

    3 high school seniors throw a birthday party so boss it apparently got shared/downloaded almost 9 million times -- apparently making it the #1 pirated movie of of 2012. Congratulations to the filmmakers and studio not seeing a penny of those grosses? They don't need it, right? Torrent Freak...

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    Piracy Funds Movies? Megaupload Shutdown May Have Hurt Box Office Revenues

    While the home theatre experience rapidly approaches a point preferable for many to the average cinema outing, the MPAA has had to work overtime in order to keep alternative options (namely illegal file-sharing) suppressed and theatre numbers up. The group struck a seemingly massive victory in Janua...

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