7 plead guilty for allowing one to upload an unreleased film

I just posted the article 7 plead guilty for allowing one to upload an unreleased film.

 At first,  it seems like making a copy of a movie to give to a friend may pose no  harm.  Well, Albert Valente likely thought the same when he took a copy of  George Lucas' Final Star Wars...
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Never share with anybody if your friends are that stupid. If he had just made a copy for himself he wouldn’t have been caught.
[edited by hardgiant on 27.01.2006 09:14]

Was this the ViSA copy’s source?

Notice how the 8th person isn’t facing any charges. That’s because the wise geezer cut a deal and ratted the chain of operations out. That makes two lucky blokes. The other was me when I downloaded and watched it here from my home for free. :g

I think there is a misprint,the MPAA cost the consumer well over $4 billion ,which was spent watching SH*T mpaa released films. Yes piracy is rife,but how long are we gonna let the MPAA get away with it.:+