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The Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) has opened a new front in its war on piracy with a web site aimed at educating cinema staff on how to detect and prevent illicit recordings. AFACT’s members include the Motion Picture Association, Disney, Fox, Warner Brothers and other large studios. The organisation …

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  1. h3

    The worst problem they have is people recording LiNE audio (That means the projection staff).

    LiNE audio + a Russian R5 DVD or Blu Ray is pretty decent quality for a mediocre film.

    (Cloud Atlas already has a Blu Ray rip but no none CAM Audio).

    Hunger Games is the only thing I have seen this year that I liked. I will probably see the next one at the cinema.

    (Rest has been TV e.g Game of Thrones).

    (The Hobbit should be one film not three for gods sake).

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      I was shocked at how good The Hunger Games was. By way of explanation, I made: http://www.perisoft.org/hungergames.jpg - which does a reasonable job of summing it up.

  2. Kapt Roger
    Meh

    What Ever Happened To....

    What ever happened to the clip played before the film that claimed that piracy funded drug running and terrorism? Has this been proven wrong?

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