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there are a few reasons why people do it. perhaps the most famous one is that they are on the side of freedom. the entire distribution and sharing of movies is a free market. while a few dedicated companies can earn profits from movies, everybody else is given the opportunity to join in. free rides.

most films that get popular online tend to be released on physical media on a regular basis. this means that those who don't buy the blu-ray or dvd copy can find the file online from the day it's released. this new group is free to do whatever they want with them. usually, in order to get the rights to a movie, they need to pass the rights to the studios themselves, making it easy for the film's owner.

the thing is that yify was very up front about it. he stated that he was doing it as a representative for every individual. there is nothing wrong with it. everyone has the right to share the files they want to share. the only thing that the yify guy didn't quite understand is that what was good for him wasn't necessarily good for everybody. it's up to the courts to decide how they want to interpret the law. someone can either make a profit or share files that could be expensive to buy.

(pocket-lint) - dvds and blu-rays have been the mainstay of movies for a long time. however, as the "theft" of movies spreads online, many people are wondering how it will affect them - especially in regards to local movie stores.

in most of the places you can watch movies online, you don't need a dvd or a blu-ray copy to be able to see the movie. however, many of these places only allow the commercial blu-rays that are offered. others allow rentals, but the legal copies are not. this is still something that is being discussed. for those not familiar with the us, the big chain stores such as walmart and target are still offering many of the newer releases, just with a limit. 3d9ccd7d82


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