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Canadian legal expert disputes Warner piracy claims

A Canadian legal expert disputes recent claims by Warner Bros. that singles out Canada as the primary source of camcorder piracy. On Monday in Los Angeles, the studio issued a press release alleging that 70 per cent of its films distributed in Canada had been pirated through in-cinema camcording. Referring to a 'growing tide of pirated feature film releases' coming from Canada, Warner said it was suspending promotional screenings in the nation in response to 'a ...

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