MPAA sues more video websites

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The MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) has recently filed copyright infringement lawsuits against movierumor.com and fomdb.com, two separate internet video websites. The lawsuits allege…

Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/14914-MPAA-sues-more-video-websites.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/14914-MPAA-sues-more-video-websites.html)

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#2

Even though it’s obvious the RIAA has a harder piracy battle to deal with, it’s not surprising to see the MPAA launch more attacks against video web sites that are streaming popular movies. Streaming a movie like The Dark Knight simply doesn’t seem like a brilliant idea, so I am not sure how the defendants expected to go unnoticed…

Piracy obviously won’t go away, and the RIAA and MPAA know this, but that doesn’t mean they have to roll over and simply take it.

Like the author noticed, why bother setting up a site like this in the Untied States? It’s even becoming increasingly dangerous to have a site like that overseas in Europe and parts of Asia, but why America?