Brodesser, Claude
March 2004
Daily Variety;3/18/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 59, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the investigations on the piracy of Twentieth Century Fox motion pictures by their own employee, Lisa Yamamoto. Use of Fox's own computer servers to store and transmit "X2" and "Daredevil" from the studio for Internet pirates; Details on the alleged involvement of Yamamoto.


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