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The Film & Video Security Office The Canadian Motion Picture Distributors Association
Entertainment piracy robs consumers of enjoyment promised by film studios, video retailers and broadcasters. With offices in Toronto and Montreal, the Film & Video Security Office investigates cable signal theft, satellite signal theft and video piracy. These crimes cheat studios, retailers, distributors, broadcasters, and program producers as well as consumers.
To investigate those responsible and bring them to court, the FVSO works closely with police forces including the RCMP. To stay in touch with everyone concerned about these crimes, the FVSO operates a national toll-free hotline: 1-800-363-9166. The FVSO acts immediately on each legitimate call and never divulges the caller's name.

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