Piracy Is A Crime campaign calls time on the pub pirates

According to new research more than one in five pirate DVDs are currently sold in pubs and cafés. The organisation set up to highlight the problem of DVD crime, the Industry Trust for IP Awareness, is now urging consumers and licensees to make it last orders for the pirates.

Click here for the press release from the Piracy Is A Crime website

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