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Pipa

A Portuguese measure of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 420 liters. It became obsolete after Lusophone countries adopted the metric system in the 19th century.
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The tide is undeniably turning against internet piracy.
The losses are far bigger than any previous annual estimates and showed that Internet piracy, which accounted for $2.
INTERNET PIRACY focuses on the primarily-music piracy going on in the industry, with contributors providing essays inspecting the underlying issues on both sides.
An alleged Internet piracy operation run by a middle-aged North Yorkshire couple has been shut down.
The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) blamed the slump on internet piracy, poor economic conditions and competition from video games and DVDs.
Culture Minister Kim Howells, speaking after Williams called internet piracy ``great'', said he was appalled at the chart-topping star's comments, which had amounted to defending theft.
CULTURE minister Kim Howells has condemned Robbie Williams, accusing him of supporting drug and prostitution rackets by saying internet piracy was ``great''.
Because video files are much bigger than audio files, the film and TV industry thought it wasn't as vulnerable to Internet piracy.
After Kevin Little was sent to prison a trading standards chief said it was probably the first internet piracy operation in the North-West.
And what Sander and other Net-experts want the film business to understand is that for them, the real danger is not the Internet piracy via broadband downloading, but from Internet sales.
He said the German music industry lost $11m in 1998 as a result of internet piracy, double that of the previous year.
Chartier is one of the most vocal members of Hollywood's creative community about the implications of Internet piracy on the film community.
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