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Because the Information Age has made possible the rapid high-tech wireless streaming of multi-ethnic Hollywood (USA) movies across oceans, international peacekeeping organizations such as NATO are seriously interested in how such technological connectedness can catalyze intellectual property trade globalization.
In this context, how do network streamlining viruses threaten such hub connectedness and should NATO worry that such frailties could destabilize technology brand marketing?
Engineers across the world however are working on wireless infrastructure stabilizers that will enhance media networking and secure media-themed Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Network" (1976) as considerably internationally market relevant to intellectual property colloquialization.
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?