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  1. Beijing Court: Chinese Online Video Company Infringed Copyrights

    10:03 pm 12/3/2013

    MPAA member studios welcome the decision against Beijing Funshion Online Technology, but are disappointed by the amount of damages awarded.Read more

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  2. 'Wolf of Wall Street' Avoids NC-17 After Sex Cuts

    2:37 pm 11/27/2013

    UPDATED: Insiders also confirm that Martin Scorsese's film -- starring Leonardo DiCaprio -- runs a minute shy of three hours, making it the longest movie of the 2013 Christmas season.Read more

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  3. MPAA CEO Chris Dodd Received $3.3 Million in 2012

    5:33 pm 11/19/2013

    Updated: The movie industry lobbying association paid 200 employees an average of $143,000 apiece in salary and benefits last year.Read more

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  4. MPAA Taps Steven Fabrizio as Global General Counsel

    11:59 am 11/14/2013

    Hollywood studios go to a THR "Power Lawyer" to lead its legal team.Read more

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  5. Gun Violence in PG-13 Movies Has More Than Tripled Since 1985 (Study)

    8:19 am 11/11/2013

    Last year, the amount of weapons use in PG-13 titles was greater than that in R-rated films.Read more

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  6. Harvey Weinstein Enlists Judi Dench's James Bond Character in 'Philomena' Rating Fight (Video)

    10:36 am 11/7/2013

    The film's star reprises her role as M and dispatches an agent in a new video released ahead of the company's MPAA appeal next Wednesday.Read more

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  7. How the MPAA Came Out Ahead in a Birthing-Method Bloggers War

    5:43 am 9/11/2013

    The film industry's trade association stood by a woman who gave the middle finger (and then a copyright takedown notice) to another woman.Read more

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  8. MPAA Chief Christopher Dodd Announces End to China Standoff

    5:52 pm 8/13/2013

    Hollywood studios haven't been paid their share of box office revenue since fall of last year and are collectively owed well north of $150 million. Read more

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  9. China Box-Office Standoff: Hollywood Could Receive Back Payments Soon

    9:23 am 8/8/2013

    Sources say the powerful China Film Group is mulling a temporary settlement to resolve the tax dispute, with a permanent solution in the works. Read more

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  10. New Anti-Piracy Law Allows Russian Rights Owners to Tackle illegal Internet Download Sites

    8:55 am 8/1/2013

    Supporters say the measure, introduced Thursday, is a start -- but more needs to be done.Read more

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