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Columbia Pictures accidentally delete their own trailer for new Adam Sandler movie Pixels in anti-piracy crackdown

Independent Tuesday, 11 August 2015
Columbia Picture’s desire to get tough with online piracy backfired spectacularly when their enforcement company's heavy-handed approach resulted in the trailer for their new Adam Sandler movie being removed from websites.
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News video: Columbia Pictures Copyright Claim Results in Own Pixels Trailer Being Taken Down

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The new Adam Sandler movie Pixels is currently being savaged by critics and moviegoers alike with a Rotten Tomatoes score of 17%. Still, Columbia Pictures is apparently worried that someone might have interest in pirating it, and is responding with heavy-handed DMCA takedown notices. One potential...

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