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  1. Russian Rights Holders and Online Companies Sign Cooperation Memo

    6:57 am 12/18/2013

    The move is seen as a major step toward creating a legal market.Read more

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  2. 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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  3. Massive Theater Attendance for Spanish Fiesta de Cine

    9:01 am 10/24/2013

    Ticket sales showed a 98 percent rise over last year's edition and a stunning 633% over the same three-day period from last week.Read more

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  4. IsoHunt to Shut Down After Settlement With Hollywood Studios

    9:25 am 10/17/2013

    The BitTorrent indexer has agreed to pay $110 million to resolve a copyright infringement case.Read more

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  5. 'Breaking Bad' Finale Illegally Downloaded More Than 500,000 Times in 12-Hour Period

    10:26 am 9/30/2013

    The episode is the most pirated show of the series.Read more

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  6. 100,000 Russians Sign Petition Against New Anti-Piracy Law

    7:56 am 8/12/2013

    The recently enacted legislation may have to be amended.Read more

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  7. Lady Gaga Releases 'Applause' One Week Early After Leaks, Anti-Piracy Campaign

    6:22 am 8/12/2013

    UPDATE: Despite a fan-led attempt to remove unauthorized versions of the track online, Gaga announced that the first single from her upcoming album and app ARTPOP would be released Monday.Read more

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  8. Studio Fight Against IsoHunt Gets Trial Date

    4:39 am 8/9/2013

    Hollywood studios have established the copyright liability of a popular torrent indexer. Now comes the push for damages.Read more

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  9. 'Under the Dome' Piracy Up Amid Time Warner Cable's CBS Blackout

    10:15 am 8/8/2013

    The percent of illegal downloads of Monday's episode from areas affected by the dispute increased dramatically.Read more

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  10. Leading Online Ad Networks Agree to Voluntary Piracy Program

    12:18 pm 7/15/2013

    MPAA chairman Chris Dodd says the plan "places a disproportionate amount of the burden on rights holders."Read more

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