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Wednesday, 8 January 2014

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A man attacked cinema staff at Y Borth near Aberystwith in Wales, accusing them of blatent copyright piracy. He was expecting a copy of the DVD from a shady character at the local market the following week but was outraged by seeing posters everywhere and tickets blatantly available before the official Pirate Bay copies.

"I will take them to court" he said. "There are FBI infingement of copyright notices at the start of all of my DVDs. Do these cinemas think they are sbove the law?

I for one will be calling the police if this happens again. My family have to wait for the films to be distributed online and at the market and these "cinema places" are obviously getting the movies somewhere dodgy as they are out weeks before everywhere else."

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