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Submission + - Artist telling fans where to get his DVDs "for free" (twitter.com)

Taco Cowboy writes: As the courts and content companies are busy issuing DMCA orders to search sites such as Google, Bing or Yahoo, to remove links to alleged pirated copies of copyrighted works, at least one artist is telling his fans where to get his DVD 'for free', in his tweet

https://twitter.com/rustyrockets/status/405398083825324032

Comedian Russell Brand whose Twitter handle is "@rustyrockets" recently told his followers where to access his latest DVD Messiah Complex "for free" by bypassing recent UK-court-imposed blocks on telcos

When a follower tweeted "I'll watch the torrent and if I like it I will buy it. Deal? Mr. Brand replied "as you wish mate"

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Artist telling fans where to get his DVDs "for free"

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