How to watch a (legal) film for free | WIRED UK

With built-in DVD drives deemed outdated and piracy fines skyrocketing, watching a film on your computer is getting more and more difficult. But Dan Colman can help: the director of Stanford’s continuing studies program has built an online database called Open Culture, a compilation of links to public-domain resources deep in the internet. “I started the site over eight years ago to help people use the web for enriching purposes,” says Colman. The film section is one of many lists available online, enabling even those who don’t have Netflix to binge-watch.

Source: How to watch a (legal) film for free | WIRED UK

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