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Terror groups move into pirated DVDs as profits overtake drugs

Terrorist groups and organised criminals can make larger profits from DVD piracy than from drug trafficking, according to a report published yesterday. Illegal versions of the latest DVDs, which can often be bought from market stalls or car boot sales before the film is released on to British screens, are thought to be worth around £500m each year to criminal groups. But as organised crime increasingly moves into the counterfeit DVD trade, industry experts predict the figure will exceed £1bn within three years. Full Story

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