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Man Told To Pay More Than $1 Million For Illegally Sharing The Revenant, Six Days Before Release

A federal judge has ordered a California man by the name of William Morarity to pay a fine of $1.12 million to 20th Century Fox for pirating The Revenant and The Peanuts Movie, according to Variety. Morarity, 31, from Lancaster was sentenced for felony criminal copyright infringement after he pleaded guilty to swiping screeners of... Read more » Man Told To Pay More Than $1 Million For Il
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