This wasn’t just for file-sharing movies also available in video stores (which a lot of people are doing). This 18-year-old in Arizona stood out from the pack, apparently, because he was sharing movies that were still in theaters. Parvin Dhaliwal of Mesa “pleaded guilty to possession of unauthorized copies of intellectual property, which is a felony,” the Associated Press reported. He was sentenced to three months in prison, three years’ probation, and 200 hours of community service and was fined $5,400. He was also was ordered to take a copyright class at the University of Arizona and to avoid future file-sharing. For other recent P2P news, see “Anti-P2P tool for parents” in my newsletter.