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Cameron Diaz Movie Wins a PG-13 Rating in Appeal

Cameron Diaz Movie Wins a PG-13 Rating in Appeal

By Mike Fossum April 10, 2014

The Classification and Ratings Administration (CARA) of the Motion Picture Association of America has just granted the new Cameron Diaz romantic comedy The Other Woman a PG-13 rating. The film was originally labelled as R-rated for sexual content, but the …

IsoHunt Settles With MPAA, Will Shut Down IsoHunt Settles With MPAA, Will Shut Down

IsoHunt was mine, and presumably many others, first run in with torrents and file sharing. Many have moved on, but the MPAA just couldn’t leave it alone. After launching a lawsuit against the site in 2006, the site’s founder, Gary …

Google Once Again Targeted By MPAA, RIAA Google Once Again Targeted By MPAA, RIAA
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By now, it’s pretty clear the governing bodies behind the entertainment industry will not be happy unless Google turns over their search engine index over to the RIAA and the MPAA, allowing them to remove whatever infringing content they see …

Chris Dodd Talks SOPA And The Internet Chris Dodd Talks SOPA And The Internet

SOPA and PIPA were a major threat to the Internet. Only those in the entertainment industry denied the claim as they pushed for stricter control of the Internet. The two bills eventually spurred the single largest Internet protest as countless …

Megaupload Data Negotiations Stall Once Again Megaupload Data Negotiations Stall Once Again
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Collateral damage is unavoidable in war. A good general tries to keep this to a minimum, however, as the people who have no stake in the fight can only suffer. It seems that those waging the war on piracy didn’t …

Former MPAA CTO Comes Out Against SOPA Former MPAA CTO Comes Out Against SOPA
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SOPA is dead, and it’s probably not coming back. The MPAA now realizes that a bill like that just isn’t going to fly. They need to be sneakier and use methods that bypass public scrutiny – like TPP. That being …

Kim Dotcom and MPAA Continue to Butt Heads Kim Dotcom and MPAA Continue to Butt Heads
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Kim Dotcom, the embattled owner of the cloud-based storage site Megaupload, said in a recent interview with TorrentFreak that Vice President Joe Biden met with a group of influential people within the movie industry to discuss the takedown of his …

Should Recording Of YouTube Content Be Allowed? Should Recording Of YouTube Content Be Allowed?

Should YouTube users be allowed to rip the content they like to their hard drive, much like a person would use a DVR to record a television show of interest? Some users believe they should have such capabilities, and so, …

Ira Rothken Doesn't Buy MPAA's Megaupload Offer Ira Rothken Doesn't Buy MPAA's Megaupload Offer

In a rather surprising turn of events, the MPAA submitted a document to the court yesterday saying that they would be fine with legitimate Megaupload users getting their data back. The organization had previously said they wanted the data to …

The Pirate Bay Issues Thanks To The RIAA The Pirate Bay Issues Thanks To The RIAA
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It’s no secret that the RIAA and the MPAA want Google and other search engines to stop listing sites like The Pirate Bay in their search results. The main problem is that Google makes it super easy to find pirated …

MPAA Is A "Friend" To Legitimate Megaupload Users MPAA Is A "Friend" To Legitimate Megaupload Users
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I can’t believe it’s been almost six months since Megaupload was taken down by the feds and Kim Dotcom was arrested for criminal copyright infringement and other horrible things. It’s been a roller coaster full of twists and turns since …

Chris Dodd Keeps The SOPA Fires Burning Chris Dodd Keeps The SOPA Fires Burning
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Chris Dodd has all the makings of an effective politician, if, for nothing else, his ability to talk out of both sides of his mouth. Take, for instance, his current stance on both SOPA and piracy. In an interview with …

New York Yankees Make Video To Support Bully Film New York Yankees Make Video To Support Bully Film
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As a Red Sox fan, it can be hard to find things to like about the New York Yankees. They are, after all, baseball’s Evil Empire, the devil in pinstripes, the perennial rival and sometime dasher-of-hopes to my beloved team. …

MPAA Supports Repeat Infringer Ruling MPAA Supports Repeat Infringer Ruling
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There’s an important copyright case being heard at the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals concerning DMCA and repeat infringers. Simply put, if a site owner responds to DMCA complaints and removes infringing content but does not ban the users who …

Chris Dodd Confident SOPA Not Dead Chris Dodd Confident SOPA Not Dead
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Now, before we delve into the Chris Dodd interview that’s making waves around the Internet, it should be noted that, if the bill is resurrected or revitalized, it probably won’t be called “SOPA.” That being said, SOPA has essentially moved …

“Bully” Cuts Some F-Bombs, Lands PG-13 Rating “Bully” Cuts Some F-Bombs, Lands PG-13 Rating

When the much-anticipated and controversial documentary Bully expands to 55 new markets on April 13th, it will do so as a PG-13 rated film. The MPAA decided to lower the film’s rating not after hundreds of thousands signed online petition …

Center For Copyright Info Will To Sink Piracy Soon Center For Copyright Info Will To Sink Piracy Soon

Remember when Google defended itself from any culpability due to “safe-harbor” protection from hosting copyright-infringing material and, instead, argued that the responsibility of policing those infringements should rest with the copyright holders themselves? It appears as that several entertainment companies …