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MPAA files lawsuit against two Tulsans over illegal movie downloads

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The Motion Picture Association of America goes after 2 Tulsans they say illegally downloaded movies.

The MPAA says in a federal lawsuit filed in Tulsa on Thursday, Gilbert DeLeon and Kelly Taylor used peer swapping software to share movies. The company is suing for damages.

They could get as much as $30,000 for every movie the two downloaded.
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