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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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    5 Daily Tech Stories That Filmmakers (and Film Fans) Must Read: A Movie Piracy App, a 'Halo' Digital Series and More

    A movie piracy app, a 'Halo' digital series, exclusive streaming deals and more tech news for filmmakers and film fans.

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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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    Watch: 'Bootleg Cinema Paradiso,' Doc on Piracy, for Free

    When most people think of movie piracy, they think of entitled suburbanites who don't want to cough up 10 bucks to go to the movies. But what of a country where access to art house or classic films is limited?

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    5 Daily Tech Stories That Filmmakers (and Film Fans) Must Read: Disney Nabs Maker Studios, Fandango Goes Indie and More

    Disney acquires Maker Studios, Fandango makes a deal with Veezi and more tech news 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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    Review: 'Captain Phillips,' Starring Tom Hanks And Directed By Paul Greengrass, Is a Proficient Thriller With a Sly Political Agenda

    The saga of Captain Richard Phillips, the Massachusetts seafarer kidnapped by four Somali pirates during a routine cargo ship gig in 2009, took place under media scrutiny and played out like a high seas suspense movie unfolding in real time. Plans for a feature-length adaptation were inevitable as s...

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    Will Comcast's New Plans for Fighting Copyright Change the Ways We Watch Content Online?

    The scenario painted by a Variety report on Comcast's new plans for an alternative -- or supplement -- to the Copyright Alert System and the six strikes rule currently being deployed point to a new direction in fighting piracy online.

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    Google Glass, 'House of Cards,' Digital Piracy and More: 5 Daily Tech Stories That Filmmakers (And Film Fans) Need To Read

    "House of Cards" and season four of "Arrested Development" became the first digital series to receive major nominations, breaking the barrier between tradition TV and digital platforms like Netflix

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