Video Piracy in Russia

David McGuffin reports from Moscow on a campaign by Hollywood movie makers to stop Russian video pirates. Americans claim to be losing hundreds of millions of dollars each year in Russia. The Russians say that not only can they not afford the licenced videos, but that those videos aren't worth the high price.

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