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Ad Campaign Addresses Internet Movie 'Pirating'

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Ad Campaign Addresses Internet Movie 'Pirating'

Ad Campaign Addresses Internet Movie 'Pirating'

Ad Campaign Addresses Internet Movie 'Pirating'

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Movie studios launch a campaign to stop the traffic of pirated copies of movies over the Internet. The studios will run television ads and in-theater spots focusing on makeup artists, set painters and others who say that piracy robs them of a living. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards.