MPAA pushes for tougher bootlegging laws

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NEW YORK – Every evening rush hour, hustlers lugging bags full of bootlegged movies walk the subway train aisles, calling “two for five dollars!” as brazenly as if they were selling hot dogs at Yankee Stadium. At those prices, the DVDs, often of current Hollywood blockbusters, sell well, despite laughable sound and picture quality. Few customers seem to care the copies were made illegally.