Thursday, August 5, 2010

Thunderbolt was the U.S. movie studios sue claims 6 7 million yuan

According to foreign media reports, six U.S. movie studios Thunder Network Technology in China has filed a civil suit and claims seven million yuan (about 100 million U.S. dollars).

This week five, six U.S. movie studios for copyright infringement on the Thunder Network Technology Corporation filed a civil suit and claims seven million yuan.

Motion Picture Association (MPA) said in a statement, the plaintiff also requested the Thunder openly admitted copyright infringement, and to guarantee that no infringement. MPA said the Thunder suspected of infringing copyright hundreds of films, including "Spider-Man 3", "World War" and "Miami Vice" and so on.

In fact, the American Film Institute early last year, Google has put pressure on investors Thunder, Thunder, said Google has the duty to prevent users from downloading pirated movies.

Currently, Google and the Thunder has not yet comment.

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