Movie studios poised for piracy gight

Tuesday, 30 August 2005, 5:01 PM EST

Universal Pictures has already started touting its US$150 million re-hash of "King Kong," due out around Christmas. But how will the mighty ape be kept safe from the Evil File Sharing Villains?

High-speed Internet connections can mean huge, extremely fast downloads and, as a result, movie studios are now faced with the "same thorny challenges that the music industry encountered several years ago with the emergence of file-sharing programs," says the New York Times.

By Jon Newton at TechNewsWorld.

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