Bootleg bandits foil biz force

Birchenough, Tom
January 2005
Variety;1/31/2005, Vol. 397 Issue 11, pA1
Trade Publication
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 with Motion Picture Association members.


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