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 Jun 18, 2007 - 08:25 AM - by Michael
* Moore's film on 'net

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Michael Moore has nothing to worry about - he thought the US government might take his new (illegally filmed in Cuba) film from him and stashed a copy in Canada, but now it's been preserved for eternity on various file-sharing networks.

"We took measures a few weeks ago to place a master copy of this film in Canada so if they did take our negative we would have a duplicate negative of this film in Canada."

Well, it would seem his concerns are no longer warranted because a DVDSCR of the film, the most magical download of them all(Oscar season anyone?), has appeared on BitTorrent tracker sites for all the world to see.
Don't worry Michael. We'll keep it safe from those nasty Feds for you.
 

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