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  1. Joe Biden Hires Former MPAA Exec Kate Bedingfield as Spokesperson

    9:30 am 8/24/2015

    She boards the vice president's office amid speculation about a presidential bid. Read more

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  2. Shanghai International Film Festival: MPAA Chief Chris Dodd Stresses Importance of Chinese Cooperation in Battling Piracy

    1:51 am 6/16/2015

    The former U.S. senator delivered a keynote speech at the festival that emphasized that "creative rights need to be respected."Read more

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  3. MPAA Extends CEO Chris Dodd's Contract to 2018

    12:17 pm 6/5/2015

    The former senator's contract has been extended to 2018. Read more

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  4. Europe Expected to Ban Geo-Blocking of Content, Keep Windowing

    3:49 am 5/1/2015

    The film industry may have dodged a bullet on the EU's plans to create a single digital market.Read more

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  5. Teen Action-Comedy 'Barely Lethal' Wins Appeal to Overturn R Rating

    3:35 pm 3/26/2015

    Hailee Steinfeld, Samuel L. Jackson and Jessica Alba star in the movie.Read more

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  6. Mark Burnett and Roma Downey's Family Film Appeals PG-13 Rating

    4:18 pm 1/20/2015

    "Little Boy" has too many scenes of war and intolerance for the MPAA's liking, insiders say.Read more

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  7. MPAA Renews Piracy Battle With China's Xunlei

    10:35 pm 1/19/2015

    Despite signing a deal with the Chinese music and video sharing company, the MPAA says Xunlei is not implementing efforts to stop copyright infringement.Read more

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  8. Sony Hires Top Attorneys to Defend Privacy Breach Lawsuits

    6:46 pm 12/29/2014

    The studio has hired WilmerHale to represent it in several cases filed over the recent hackRead more

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  9. More Sony Hack Fallout: Google Fights Mississippi and the MPAA

    10:40 am 12/19/2014

    A secret anti-piracy lobbying campaign codenamed "Project Goliath" is scrutinizedRead more

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  10. Sony Hack: FBI Confirms North Korea Is "Responsible for These Actions"

    8:04 am 12/19/2014

    In an email to the studio's top executives, the hackers called the decision not to release 'The Interview' "very wise"Read more

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