Piracy has been one of the major issues faced by film industry over the past two decades, as most of the movies are available for download or online watching even on the day 1 of theatrical release. The biggest problem with these web sites is that the government could not block them as well as they take numerous forms, and even people are able to access them using proxy sites.
And besides these, there are issues within the industry itself, with several theater owners themselves letting miscreants capture videos of the movie during the screening.
Now the government has made an amendment to the cinematograph act of 1952, and as per Law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, if anyone duplicates any work of creativity and involves in digital duplication, using technology they can get a fine of 10 lakhs or three years imprisonment or even both. This amendment has made film industry happy.
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