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Old 07-24-2009, 03:03 PM   #349
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I don't know about that.
Alisa is right.

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The FBI warning on all the DVDs I've seen recently say that infringement, even without monetary gain, is subject to some astronomical fine and imprisonment.
Think about who puts that warning on the DVD. It's certainly not the FBI. The MPAA would like nothing more than for their customers to be confused about what copyright law really means. They are trying to convince people that they will go to prison for civil infringement (which is not a punishment that civil courts can give) in order to scare them, not to mention the whole "theft" nonsense that they spread as well. This is what happens when you learn how the law works from a private industry with a specific agenda.
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