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Sometimes only partial compliance with license agreements is the cause. For example, in 2013, the US Army settled a lawsuit with Texas-based company Apptricity which makes software that allows the army to track their soldiers in real time. In 2004, the US Army paid the company a total of $4.5 million for a license of 500 users while allegedly installing the software for more than 9000 users; the case was settled for US$50 million.[20][21] Major anti-piracy organizations, like the BSA, conduct software licensing audits regularly to ensure full compliance.[22]

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In the U.S., copyright infringement is sometimes confronted via lawsuits in civil court, against alleged infringers directly or against providers of services and software that support unauthorized copying. For example, major motion-picture corporation MGM Studios filed suit against P2P file-sharing services Grokster and Streamcast for their contributory role in copyright infringement.[33] In 2005, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of MGM, holding that such services could be held liable for copyright infringement since they functioned and, indeed, willfully marketed themselves as venues for acquiring copyrighted movies. The MGM v. Grokster case did not overturn the earlier Sony v. Universal City Studios decision, but rather clouded the legal waters; future designers of software capable of being used for copyright infringement were warned.[34]

To maximize revenue, pre-COVID-19 film distribution typically began with movie theaters (theatrical window), on average approximately 16 and a half weeks,[76]before the release to Blu-ray and DVD (entering its video window). During the theatrical window, digital versions of films are often transported in data storage devices by couriers rather than by data transmission.[77] The data can be encrypted, with the key being made to work only at specific times in order to prevent leakage between screens.[77]

Coded Anti-Piracy marks can be added to films to identify the source of illegal copies and shut them down. In 2006 a notable example of using Coded Anti-Piracy marks resulted in a man being arrested[78] for uploading a screener's copy of the movie Flushed Away. Some photocopiers use Machine Identification Code dots for similar purposes.[according to whom?] The EURion constellation on banknotes is used to prevent copying to make counterfeit currency.

Dollar theaters were venues where people could see movies for just a few bucks in their "second run," after their initial buzz petered out and first-run theaters kicked them out to book something new. The prints were often beat-up, and sometimes the sound was warped from the film being played over an over in first-run houses. It didn't matter, because admission was cheap and the movie was only part of the reason for buying a ticket. Dollar theaters thrived until well into the nineties, when video rental stores started getting new releases in a matter of weeks rather than months. But until that point, they were havens for lower-budget genre films, particularly R-rated fare: outrageous horror and science fiction pictures, action movies, smutty teen comedies, erotic thrillers, and so on.

This little film exhibition history lesson is by way of letting you know that the straight-to-Netflix horror comedy "Day Shift" is a film out of its correct time period. When people say that a film is "made for theaters" they often mean that it's opulent, expensive, and long. But this movie belongs in a different kind of theater. Its flaws would recede in a packed house full of paying customers who sat down buzzed on their intoxicant of choice, eager to watch something that pushed their buttons. This is a movie that you talk back to, in excitement, fright, or amusement, or because it did something corny or dumb and you can feel that everyone around you recognizes it, too.

"Day Shift" is a movie in the vein (har har) of "R.I.P.D.," "Shaun of the Dead" and their early dollar theater progenitors: exuberantly goofy programmers like "Fright Night," "The Kiss," and "Return of the Living Dead." These kinds of movies are silly and trashy by nature, deal in familiar tropes/cliches, have a fair share of placeholder dialogue, and never make a move without keeping one eye on the audience's reaction, and they tend to vary in quality from brilliant and fun to awful but not without charm. This one falls somewhere in the middle of that spectrum, but there's no denying that it's made with skill. Everyone in this cast does their best to strike the right balance between seeming in on the joke and acting like all of this bloody absurdity is normal.

Plastic discs can easily get smudged, broken, cracked, and scratched because of bad handling, or go bad due to physical or chemical deterioration. When a DVD becomes damaged and unreadable, it could skip or freeze at certain points while playing. Can you recover data from damaged DVDs? Yes. Googling around and you may find there're programs claiming that they can copy files from damaged DVDs. There're physical means to repair broken DVDs too. In this article, we'll show you how to copy data from a damaged disc successfully.

If you have success with certain method, it is advisable to make a backup of your DVD. It totally depends on you to make full disc or movie-only backup. God knows when your DVD will become unreadable again.

This is the review of the best DVD copy software in 2022 specialized in copying full DVD to DVD/ISO image/Video_TS Folder and even ripping DVD main title to digital MP4 or so for further storage against damage or scratch.

Donna Peng's fascination with multimedia began at an early age - shortly after she licked the physical disc and then she's been obsessed ever since. Her decade-long career at Digiarty after the graduation has seen her unmatched expertise in the field of DVD, digital video, software and anything related to home theatre. She is currently fascinated with photography.

CAN I BUY TICKETS AT THE DOOR? Yes, unless either admission ticket/package, photo op or autograph is sold out. We cannot hold tickets, however, as tickets are subject to limited availability. If you wish to purchase any available full weekend passes (Gold, Silver, Copper, General Admission Weekend), you may do so at Pre-Registration the evening before the event (please see the posted schedule on our website for the times). PLEASE NOTE: If you wish to attend only one day of the convention, you must purchase your SINGLE DAY PREFERRED or GENERAL ADMISSION ticket on the specific day you want to attend and ONLY AT THAT TIME can you purchase any remaining Photo Ops/Autographs tickets. You cannot purchase those tickets at Pre-Registration, which is only for full convention pass holders, or prior to the day you want to attend.

HOW WILL I RECEIVE MY PHOTO OPS? Your photo print is generally available for pick-up one or two hours after the photo op session or, in some rare instances, the following day of the convention. If your photos were taken late on Sunday and are not available for pick-up before you leave, Creation will post on the website all the remaining photos as soon as possible after the event. You will be able to claim your photo(s) by CLICKING HERE and we will carefully protect and mail your photo to you within 2-3 weeks at our expense.

REGISTRATION Most often we do pre-registration the night before the convention starts. Priority pre-registration is for full convention package holders ONLY (Gold, Silver, Copper and General Admission Weekend). This is not mandatory (and you can register during regular convention hours) but this allows you to get your weekend admission credentials, printed schedules and purchase any autograph and photo op tickets still available ahead of time, as well as get first crack at souvenirs and exclusive merchandise in the vendors room. If you have only single-day tickets, you must register on that specific day during registration hours (and not before). The times will be listed on the online schedule. Please note: You will not be able to purchase autograph and/or photo op tickets before registering for that specific day. Only those with valid wristbands for that specific day may purchase autograph and/or photo op tickets.

In the event of a guest cancellation or a date change: ALL GUESTS are contracted to appear and all convention contracts specify that appearances are tentative and subject to change as film and television work demands take precedence as well as a personal conflict. Our events will take place whether a specific guest cancels or not and therefore we cannot issue admission ticket or ticket package refunds if a particular guest is not able to attend. If a guest must cancel their appearance at the convention, Creation Entertainment is not responsible for any refunds other than separate guest autograph tickets or photo op tickets. Also in the extremely rare chance that an actor does not finish his or her autographs or photo ops (which has only happened in a hand full of cases and always due to something out of our control), we will only be responsible for the refund of the separate autograph or photo op ticket. We will refund or issue a credit voucher for separately purchased photo ops and autograph tickets for a specific actor if they cancel. Creation is also not be held responsible for any financial loss associated with the purchase of air tickets or hotel rooms that are not canceled (virtually all hotels offer a 24 or 48-hour cancelation policy, so there should be no jeopardy associated with reservations). We highly recommend you purchase travel insurance for any unforeseen issues. 350c69d7ab


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