Two men from indicted BitTorrent group imprisoned for movie piracy

Two men from indicted BitTorrent group imprisoned for movie piracy

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On Friday, two men were sentenced to jail and fined after pleading guilty to several counts of copyright infringement. Willie Lambert, 57, and Sean Lovelady, 27, were part of a larger group called IMAGiNE, whose members recorded movies in theaters and then uploaded those recordings to BitTorrent. IMAGiNE had a reputation...
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