2009-05-16
For years, the Motion Picture Association of America has been bitching and moaning about people making fair-use copies of movies. This complaining culminated with the Digital Millenium Copyright Act that made it illegal to circumvent copy protection on DVDs in order to make a legal fair-use copy of a movie. The MPAA also argues that any copying of a movie is illegal.

Now it would appear that NASA some how got a copy of the new Star Trek movie, made an illegal copy of the movie, and then transferred the illegal copy to other computers on their network ( illegal distribution). For some reason, the MPAA hasn't said a peep about this blatant infringement of copyright.

I wonder if the copy of the movie included the "don't steal movies" commercial that I have to sit through when I go to the movies.

NASA are a bunch of movie pirates
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