The NY Times is reporting that the six largest Hollywood studios are banding together in the fight against piracy. They'll form a consortium called Motion Picture Labortories (MovieLabs for short), and with a joint investment of $30 million over two years, the group will work to push the creation of various anti-piracy technologies. Among the innovations tentatively in the works: illegal file transfer blocking over business and campus networks, and the creation of video cameras that would theoretically shut down if turned on in a movie theater. Desperate times call for desperate measures, but come on – how are we supposed to enjoy Talk Like a Pirate Day when everything related to piracy is under attack?