MPAA Forgets to Divulge Bogus Approximation Algorithm
According to the most recent numbers by the Motion Picture Association of America, movie pirating has cost the industry $18.2 billion worldwide. An association spokeswoman said figures for 2006 are expected soon. #
All this of course, according to the following non-nonsensical approximation algorithm: Random Number + Random Number / Smaller Random Number * Number of people in the world.
All of which points to the necessity of having to pull a 19-year-old to court over 20 seconds of handheld pocket camera bullshit. A gesture, which will set off a chain reaction of further piracy and disdain for the MPAA and the studios it ‘protects’.
Great work! :D