Ex-Fox Nets' Workers Are Hit on Piracy
- 6 former Fox staffers charged with piracy. Brodesser, Claude // Daily Variety;5/17/2004, Vol. 283 Issue 30, p6
Reports on the charges imposed on six former employees at Fox Cable Networks Services LLC who conspired to commit copyright infringement for posting or downloading pirated movies and software from a company computer server in the U.S. Conduction of federal inquiry starting with an internal...
- Fox DVDs add piracy blurbs. Hettrick, Scott // Daily Variety;10/19/2004, Vol. 285 Issue 12, p1
Reports on the addition of the antipiracy trailer campaign of the Motion Picture Association in the DVDs sold by Fox Entertainment Group Inc. overseas. Start of the practice in North America; Explanation of the moral and legal ramifications of downloading movies and buying bootleg copies from...
- PIRACY IS EVERYWHERE. // Film Journal International;Feb2004, Vol. 107 Issue 2, p4
Focuses on the incidence of rampant piracy of the U.S. motion picture industry. Role of the proliferation of broadband and the Internet industry; Focus on the efforts of the National Association of Theatre Owners to fight infringement of copyrighted material.
- Pooped Out on Piracy. Tapp, Tom // Variety;12/8/2003 VLife Supplement, Vol. 393, p12
Comments on how the U.S. motion picture industry is addressing the problem of piracy. Problems of the industry attributed to piracy; Role of industry insiders in the piracy of films according to Research Lab of AT&T; Business opportunity offered by Internet downloading for motion picture companies.
- Meeting Raul. Brodesser, Claude // Variety;12/8/2003 VLife Supplement, Vol. 393, p69
Presents an article on buying pirated DVD of movies in downtown Los Angeles, California through a guy named Raul. Status of the pirated movie business in the area; Quality of the pirated DVD; Action taken by the police against the piracy business.
- GAUL SCREENERS GO POOF. Sweeting, Paul // Daily Variety;12/23/2003, Vol. 281 Issue 56, p1
Delves into the issue of piracy and screener ban in the U.S. film industry. Name of the technology that would address the problem of screener ban on motion pictures; Features of this technology; Advantages to users.
- Bootleg bandits foil biz force. Birchenough, Tom // Variety;1/31/2005, Vol. 397 Issue 11, pA1
Discusses issues concerning copyright theft in Russia as of February 6, 2005. Outcome of the submission of confiscated pirated goods by the Russian Anti-Piracy Organization (RAPO) to the local police; Rate of studio product piracy; Result of the anti-piracy efforts of the RAPO in collaboration...
- Security blankets. James, Nick // Sight & Sound;Aug2005, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p3
Comments on efforts taken by the motion picture industry in the fight against piracy. Measures taken before conducting press screenings; Attempt to make file-sharing entities liable for infringement of copyright; Influence of new technologies on piracy issues.
- How to beat piracy. Rees, Glenn // Australian PC User;May2007, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p8
The author addresses the issue of piracy. He believes that film studios, computer software companies and other copyright owners should accept the fact that they will never beat piracy. He relates the piracy problems of Sony and Microsoft. He emphasizes the need to give consumers an easy and...