MPAA Interim Chief “Encouraged” By Google’s Efforts to Curb Online Piracy
December 6th, 2010
The acting chief of the Motion Picture Association of America says that he was “encouraged” by Google’s recent announcement about technical changes it is making to stifle online piracy.
Internet’s Founding Architects: Latest U.S. Senate Effort To Block Online Pirates Will Instigate Internet Chaos
Copyright, Intellectual Property
November 18th, 2010
SAN FRANCISCO, November 18th, 2010 — The U.S. Senate’s latest battle plan against intellectual property piracy online could gain traction and be approved by the body’s Judiciary Committee Thursday, but a large group of the internet’s founding architects are warning that the plan’s technical approach would wreak havoc and destabilize the global network.
U.S. Film Chief Revives Call for “Three Strikes” Approach to Copyright Scofflaws On the Internet
October 22nd, 2010
The interim chief of the Motion Picture Association of America on Thursday urged lawmakers in Japan to enact new legislation that would mandate the disconnection of illegal file-sharers from their internet connections after being warned about their activities several times.