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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Rio Film Fest: City Pours New Funds Into Audiovisual Industry

    8:20 pm 10/1/2014

    Rio's investment agency RioFilme announced five new incentives at RioMarket. Read more

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  4. Rio Film Fest: MPA Study Calls for New Policies for Brazil's Film Industry

    4:34 pm 9/29/2014

    Figures show big potential interrupted by tax exemptions, piracy and theater shortage, among other problems Read more

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  5. MPAA Chief Chris Dodd to Attend Morelia Film Fest

    7:25 am 9/23/2014

    Hollywood's top lobbyist is set to make his first appearance at the prestigious Mexican eventRead more

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  6. MPAA Alums Launch Service to Help Filmmakers Avoid R Ratings

    6:00 am 7/16/2014

    Former board members Barry Freeman and Howard Fridkin have launched Film Ratings Advisors to assess a movie's ratings potential and suggest changes before it is submitted.Read more

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  7. MPAA Exec Michael O'Leary to Step Down

    10:54 am 6/18/2014

    Having joined the organization in 2005, he oversaw the creation of its global policy team.Read more

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  8. MPAA Strikes Deal With China’s Xunlei to Prevent Piracy

    12:30 am 6/4/2014

    The Chinese video and music sharing company has agreed to implement a comprehensive system to protect MPAA members' copyrighted works from unauthorized downloading.Read more

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  9. Bryan Singer Accusations Affect Marketing Plans for Next 'X-Men,' 'Black Box'

    1:12 pm 4/18/2014

    The director has cancelled an appearance this weekend where he was to promote the upcoming Fox movie, and ABC has removed promos mentioning his name as it debuts his new TV series.Read more

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  10. MPAA's Chris Dodd: China Will Give More Access to Hollywood Movies

    8:50 am 4/18/2014

    The exec believes the country will expand the quota of 34 films that can be imported on a revenue-sharing basis.Read more

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