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  • Popcorn Time is piracy dressed up as Netflix
  • Popcorn Time is piracy dressed up as Netflix
    Ahmed Hashim (2014) ©
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Popcorn Time is piracy dressed up as Netflix

For a generation accustomed to the immediacy the internet provides, logging onto Netflix can prove frustrating – why isn’t Interstellar on there yet? Why only the first three seasons of The Walking Dead? Perhaps that’s why one of Netflix’s biggest threats is piracy app Popcorn Time.

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