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MPAA Files Lawsuit Against Zediva.com   4 Apr, 2011

The Motion Picture Association of America April 4 filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Zediva.com — less than three weeks after the website began offering Flash-based rental streams from new release discs.More>>

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New Legislation Targets Foreign Websites   12 May, 2011

New legislation introduced May 12 in the U.S. Senate would target foreign websites dealing in pirated content and goods by preventing them from using America’s Internet infrastructure, including ISPs, search engines and registrars.More>>

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New MPAA Head Addresses Piracy   29 Mar, 2011

In his inaugural state of the industry speech March 29, Chris Dodd, the new CEO and chairman of the Motion Picture Association of America, or MPAA, told members of the National Association of Theatre Owners, or NATO, that piracy remains “the single biggest threat we face as an industry.”More>>

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Internet Providers, Studios Team Up for ‘Copyright Alert’ System   7 Jul, 2011

Five of the nation’s largest Internet service providers, or ISPs, have teamed up with the nation’s major film and music producers on a new copyright warning system. More>>

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More Than 23,000 Sued Over ‘Expendables’ Downloads   12 May, 2011

More than 23,300 individuals accused of downloading Lionsgate’s The Expendables are being sued in what’s believed to be the single-largest illegal BitTorrent download case ever.More>>

'The Expendables'