p2pnet news view | MPAA News:- Are you all you basketball fans sitting comfortably? Then we’ll begin.
In its latest hackneyed attempt to convince the world the multi-billion-dollar major movie studios are being devastated by movies loaded onto the p2p networks, the MPAA (Motionless Picture Association of America) has Chinese basketball legend Yao Ming starring in a Hollywood ‘campaign’.
With the National Basketball Association (NBA), Yao Ming Foundation, China Film Copyright Protection Association (CFCPA) and Beijin Student Film Festival (BSFF) in cahoots, MPAA clone the Motionless Picture Association (MPA) says it’s, “tipped off a(nother) campaign to “promote awareness and respect for intellectual property rights” with a poster featuring Yao Ming.
He’s, “carrying a personal message” from Time Warner, Viacom, Fox, Sony, NBC Universal and Disney.
It says “I Need Your Support, Copyright Protection Needs Our Support.”
An athletic support, perhaps?
Posters featuring Yao Ming will be plastered in, “thousands of movie theatres and hundreds of campuses, spreading Yao Ming`s message to millions of consumers throughout China,” says the Hollywood enforcement unit.
Somehow, the MPAA always neglects to mention most of the high quality movie files which show up online are put there by Hollywood insiders.
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