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Graham Burke: A Five Step Solution To Online Piracy

Even if you don’t know Graham Burke’s name, you know his work. As the co-founder of Village Roadshow, he’s directly responsible for films like The Lego Movie, Mad Max: Fury Road and Happy Feet. He’s also a strident and outspoken campaigner for the interests of copyright holders, especially when it comes to the topic of online piracy. Burke is never short of a controversial comment, and has just given a rousing and speech to the 71st Australian International Movie Convention on the Gold Coast.
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