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MPAA has started serving lawsuits against Movie Swappers

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#1 Grinler


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Posted 17 November 2004 - 01:11 PM

The MPAA has being filing lawsuits against Movie swappers.The MPAA has filed an unknown amount of lawsuits against movie swappers across the United States. According to the U.S. Copyright Act these filesharers can be liable for significant fines; as much as 150,000 dollars. The MPAA has also announced that they will offer a free program that users can run to scan their computer for mp3 files and movie files as well as show a list of any P2P software installed.

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