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DVD piracy lawsuit postponed

    A hearing has been postponed in the case pitting major movie studios against 321 Studios, a start-up that makes programs to copy DVDs. The hearing in the case was slated to take place on Friday morning in federal court in San Francisco, but has been delayed due to court scheduling conflicts. The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has accused 321 Studios of violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which makes it illegal to crack DVD-protection software in most cases, and wants the company to stop shipping its products.