Moscow targets media pirates, marked change since last summer

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#1

I just posted the article Moscow targets media pirates, marked change since last summer.

GristyMcFisty informs us that according to BBC
News, it is no longer easy to buy pirated
CDs and DVDs on the streets of Moscow. Since last summer there has been a marked
change. The street…

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#2

Just went out - all the “pirates” still at same locations (everywhere :slight_smile: ) .


#3

Lord Kiron Could you please tell me if a man by the name of Jack Sparrow was among them? You see he "Stole " my ship :wink:


#4

sorry about that


#5

:+
[edited by GristyMcFisty on 09.02.2004 18:11]


#6

“it is no longer easy to buy pirated CDs and DVDs on the streets of Moscow.” ROTFLOL ! Yeah, because there are the music stores/boutiques of Moscow, where those CD/DVDs still are being sold. “no longer easy to find pirate copies of the latest hits from the West” Give me a break ! The latest stuff is always being offered weeks ahead the official releases.