Copyright controversy dogs Fahrenheit 9/11 in Asia

Copyright controversy dogs Fahrenheit 9/11 in Asia - AP, August 17, 2004
...The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Bangkok announced Monday it wouldn't show the controversial movie as planned on Aug. 18 after a lawyer for the film's local distributor accused the club of having an illegal copy and threatened legal action.
Club official Daniel Lovering, who is also a reporter for The Associated Press, said a representative for Thai distributor Nontanund Entertainment had warned that the showing would constitute a criminal offense, with a penalty of 50,000-100,000 baht (US$1,203-2,406)...
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