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Downloading free movies illegally leaves a person vulnerable to spyware infections and if he is caught, copyright infringement penalties of up to five years in jail or fines, legal fees and damages, according to Webster ... More »

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Hot, new movies are available for purchase and download through outlets such as the iTunes Store and Amazon.com. New movies are not typically available for free-of-charge downloading, but rather are viewable via paid str... More »

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Many theater chains offer tree tickets for children under a certain age, as long as children sit on their parents' laps and don't take up an additional seat. For example, Megaplex Theaters offer free tickets for children... More »

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It is illegal in the United States to download copyright-protected content for free unless authorized by the copyright holder or an official vendor, according to Webster University. As there is no single international co... More »

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U.S. citizens face penalties in the form of a 10-year prison sentence, $100,000 in corporate fines, $65,000 in civil fines and $25,000 in individual fines for importing Cuban cigars into the United States. Americans are ... More »

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Individuals can legally download movies for free as long as the movie is in the public domain, claims About.com. A movie in the public domain no longer has an individual copyright owner, which means it is owned by the pu... More »

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