The latest entertainment craze to sweep the internet has got the film and television industries worried. Thousands of amateur video clips, rare footage of music concerts and home-made film spoofs are now being uploaded every day to the video-sharing website YouTube for the enjoyment of millions of web users around the world.
Could it be that America's leader in the global fight against movie piracy is a pirate too? That's what documentary director Kirby Dick alleges. He says the Motion Picture Association of America made a bootleg copy of This Film Is Not Yet Rated, his angry broadside against the organization's film rating system.