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The increased illegal copy and download of Music and movies results to losses to artists,actors and recording studios.Among most hit movie gurus is Hollywood which its major challenge is piracy issues and patent/copyright breach by individuals and torrent websites.A simple click and idm integration into your browser is all you need to enjoy the latest movie or music video.According to a survey by gogulf.com at least in every one computer globally there is 1 illegal software installed and not bought,95% of all music downloaded from the web is illegal,2/3 torrents available online are illegal.

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All this set to change as the Movie industry on Wednesday just announced a zero tolerance policy,for those who had the idea of bringing their wearable s to movie theaters for recording.Hollywood movies have been hardest hit with small portable hand held cameras being the major tools used in traditional film theft used to make illegal pirated DVDs.Whats ot clear is how the movie theaters will curb the menace of using smartphones with high definition video recording,equally ranked to the banned cameras and recently banned wearables.

Cnn.com quotes the movie theaters saying that,””Individuals who fail or refuse to put the recording devices away may be asked to leave,” it reads. “If theater managers have indications that illegal recording activity is taking place, they will alert law enforcement authorities when appropriate, who will determine what further action should be taken.” Does this mean you might really get arrested like a  real thief,mugger or an outlaw for just carrying around a pair of expensive wearable to a movie?

 

 

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