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Illegal DVD Factory Found in Malaysia
« on: 12. May 2008., 08:27:26 »

The fight against movie and software piracy has just recorded another win as the MPA along with the help of other organizations, including here the Malaysian
Federation Against Copyright Theft, managed to shut down an illegal DVD facility located in Kajang, Malaysia. According to a press statement signed by the MPAA, the factory had the abilities to produce no less than seven million illegal discs per year, recording revenues of no less than $22 million.

As part of the raid, three men with ages between 20 and 50 were arrested while no less than 3,750 kg of polycarbonate were also seized. Besides that, two DVD replicating lines and one printing machine have also been confiscated. For those of you who don't know, polycarbonate is some kind of thermoplastic polymer which can be used for producing optical discs such as CDs and DVDs. According to the copyright organization, the raid was possible due to the tip provided by an informant who obviously remained anonymous.

News Source: Kaldata

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Illegal DVD Factory Found in Malaysia
« on: 12. May 2008., 08:27:26 »


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