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Costa Rica bootleggers help film buffs catch up on Oscar-nominated movies

Would-be moviegoers making an impulse buy on the street or in a soda might not understand that their purchase is illegal and could even be supporting organized crime. According to San José Municipal Police Chief Marcelo Solano, the estimated economic losses related to pirated DVDs and other content could be as high as $37 million.
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