Guests cannot watch DVDs with you, says MPAA head

Will_B

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This has to be a farce made to make the new head of the MPAA look like a fool, right?

 

ThomasC

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The source, BBSpot, is like the Onion; it's another satirical website.
 

DavidPla

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Wouldn't it suck to be the friend invited to a party and have to leave cause you're the only one that DOESN'T own the movie.
 

Chris Dugger

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All friends that attend screenings at my place get a copy of the film being shown....

It normally takes me a few days to burn them to hand out...

So, we are safe at this end....

Dugger
 

george kaplan

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I just burn copies of my dvds and give a copy to each person who watches the film with me, that way everyone owns the dvd. So that's got me covered, right?
 

DonRoeber

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My wife and I are about to have a baby. Will the baby be able to watch the movies? I'm worried, and do not want to be accused of piracy.


 

Roger_S

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Maybe this is why, when I used to go to movie nights at a friend, he had a policy of only providing movies that sucked...
 

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