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July 2, 2004
Bloomberg on Hollywood and Internet Piracy
Bloomberg is running a pretty long feature on movie piracy, particularly on the internet (Time Warner, Disney, Viacom Lose $3.5 Billion to Film Pirates). The piece is not as skeptical of Hollywood's claims as I would prefer, but it is actually a pretty good summary of many of the issues. I would recommend it for those who haven't been paying close attention to these issues and want to catch up a bit.
Bonus: Fellow Copyfighter Jason Schultz is quoted.
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