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There is hope, even in the US: news item from E!Online, July 10th 06:

"Call it a clean-cut victory.
Siding with 16 of Tinseltown’s biggest directors, including Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg and Steven Soderbergh, a federal judge in Denver has ordered several companies to cease and desist from editing out movie content they find offensive.

In a 16-page opinion, U.S. District Court Judge Richard P. Matsch said the actions taken by Utah-based CleanFlicks and retailers such as Clean Cut, Family Flix and Play It Clean Video to cut out profanity and graphic scenes of nudity and violence from DVDs and then redistributing the sanitized versions over the Internet and to video stores across the country violated U.S. copyrights laws."

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