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Ready Player One

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Peter Rabbit

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A Wrinkle in Time

After the disappearance of her scientist father, three peculiar beings send Meg, her brother, and her friend to space in order to find him.
THE PIRACY ECOSYSTEM
"More than 90% of newly-released movies that appear illegally on the Internet and on the streets around the world originate from illegal copies being made in cinemas."
PREVENTION
There are many ways you can protect our industry and film communities from movie theft:
WHAT YOU CAN DO
What to do when you discover a patron illegally recording a movie in the cinema
WHO ARE THE VICTIMS
Movie thefy is not a victimless crime.

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PLEASE STOP MOVIE THEFT!

"More than 90% of newly released movies that appear illegally on the Internet and on the streets around the world originate from illegal copies being made in cinemas".
STOP NOW

Why We Care About Copyright

Copyright laws protect the rights of people who create movies, TV shows, artwork and other products by providing the creator with exclusive rights to sell, license or otherwise use his or her creative work. In the case of movies and television, these laws help safeguard the creative works that support the livelihoods of the 2.4 million Americans who work as set painters, costume designers, make-up artists, writers, actors, directors and more.

Camcorder Laws By State

Illegal recordings of movies in the theater are the single largest source of fake DVDs sold on the street and unauthorized copies of movies distributed on the Internet. For this reason, camcording is a serious offense.

Resource For Partners

We’ve pulled together a list of resources to help parents make informed decisions regarding what movies to watch with their families, whether it’s in the theater, at home or online.

Report Piracy

The Motion Picture Association - Thailand takes all received information very seriously and will investigate actions which appear to be illegal. The Motion Picture Association - Thailand values your input and will strive to protect your privacy and keep any personal information provided to us strictly confidential.

Rogue Website

Rogue websites traffic in stolen movies, TV shows, and music or even counterfeit prescription medications and other goods. These sites are located throughout the world, and while they often look legitimate - featuring advertising from reputable companies, accepting major credit cards - they're really online havens for theft, enabling criminals to profit from content or intellectual property they had nothing to do with creating.

Governments Around The World

The MPA is committed to engaging and working with government agencies at every level around the world to stem the tide of film theft. Often these efforts are focused on the creation of local, targeted initiatives that combine legislation, the dedication of law enforcement and a consumer awareness campaign to curtail film theft and raise awareness about the problem in cities, states and countries around the world.