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Hollywood needs to police itself before blaming others

From the Smoking Gun:

The piracy wave vexing Hollywood has hit particularly close to home for one studio, The Smoking Gun has learned. Secret Service agents last month raided the Los Angeles home of a Fox Entertainment employee suspected of involvement in an online conspiracy to distribute pirated films like Old School, X-Men 2, and The Matrix Reloaded. According to the below Secret Service affidavit, more than a dozen illegally duplicated movies were actually housed on a Fox computer server (along with pirated computer software and games), where they were accessed by members of a "warez" group trafficking in such bootlegged material.
It just makes me laugh when all the Hollywood studios are paying all this money for ads and wasting time during the Oscars to tell people not to pirate, and they can't even police their own employees.

Posted by Jake on 03/17/04 @ 01:06 PM
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