Tackling the film piracy problem (BBC News, Tuesday, 28 July 2009)
"They'll clamp the camera to a seat or use a tripod obscured by a coat. They'll often use microphones, placing them three of them four seats either side to get a stereo effect."
The movie industry is trying to shove the cursed Blu-ray format down our throats, with the justification that the public is demanding higher quality video and audio. That same industry also claims that 90% of "pirated" films are obtained by crummy recording devices hidden in coats of cinema-goers.
As always, BBC News is willing to help industry spread such propaganda, unhindered by any form of critical thinking. The objective is political correctness, not accuracy.
Two more recent cases of BBC News twisting the facts, presumably with ideological intentions:
Windfarm Britain means (very) expensive electricity (Register, 22nd July 2009)
BBC erroneously reports first charges under Extreme Porn Act (Melonfarmers, 25th July 2009)