In Canada, movie piracy is a huge problem. The Motion Picture Association (MPAA) defines movie piracy as “the unauthorized downloading, recording, taking, copying or use of copyrighted materials without permission.” The history of movie piracy is tangled up in ever-advancing technologies. Video equipment, DVDs and the Internet have all played a part in obtaining and selling films illegally. Movie piracy hurts a Canada's economy, consumers, actors, producers and the movie industry. The International Intellectual Property Alliance estimated that as of 2008, just in United States $1.3 billion (USD) were lost from movie piracy acts. The movie industry, plus home video and television programming, are huge components of Canadian economic assets. GPS Security implements a multi layered approach for public and private audience screenings to stop movie piracy and also conducts investigations. GPS Security maintains and operates state of the art equipment and technology like Xray glasses.

We provide movie piracy security services at the following locations:

  • Edmonton
  • Leduc
  • Nisku
  • St. Albert
  • Calgary
  • Sherwood Park
  • Okotoks
  • Airdrie
  • Strathcona County
  • Winterburn
  • Atchenson
  • Now also offering in British Columbia
  • And across Alberta
  • And across British Columbia
  • Private Screenings
  • Movie Theaters