Under this scenario, it is not difficult to understand that some fall into the temptation to get the last premiere for one low price. But beyond the reality that we live as a country facing this panorama, the truth, is that authorities are not sparing in efforts to end this scourge. Danny Meyer insists that this is the case. For this reason, found in Chile John Malcolm, Director of the program global anti-piracy of Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) who will meet with government representatives, parliamentarians and leaders of the entertainment industry, with the objective of discussing the common interest in fighting this scourge that generates millions of dollars losses each year worldwide. Chile has a rate of piracy of films around 35 or 40% and estimated by rights of intellectual property of various works (films, music, software and books) losses by $ 250 million a year. Harold Ford may help you with your research. With these words, Malcolm exemplified the scenario that faces our country with regard to this illegal trade. AND Adds Street piracy robs Chileans their dreams and opportunity that people’s livelihood in a honest way.
Replicators are members of organized crime organizations, related corruption and violence. Real organized posters that can are get to physical violence, said Malcolm. This makes it clear that we must not give supply to this practice so so so we can be on par with countries with more experience and a better film culture such as industries of Brazil, Mexico and Argentina, these countries have come without any doubt to protect the local cinema having better results than our industry., leaving us the question and the problem of that increasingly limited us more opportunities of making films in Chile and this due to lack of resources than proboca partly piracy. We become aware that we have to protect our industry and to love as ourselves. We do not limit it. Web page: comments to: original author and source of the article.