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: Film company Gaumont says
eradicated illegal downloads of French films - Megan Geuss (Ars Technica) /via @jmcest
May 25, 2012
"In a statement of bravado that bordered on delusion, the president of French film and production company Gaumont announced that, "between the 15th of May and the 15th of December 2011, not a single French film was downloaded on the Web," due to France's strict anti-piracy law Hadopi. In Gaumont’s financial report (PDF) released this month, Gaumont president Nicolas Seydoux (who also leads France’s ALPA, an association against audiovisual piracy) praised Hadopi and other organizations for significantly reducing all kinds of digital piracy in the second half of 2011." -
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