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by mike masnick

We already discussed the rather unbelievable (in that they are, literally, unbelievable) claims from Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood that he didn't know he was working with the MPAA's top outside lawyer when he had that same lawyer, Tom Perrelli...
From: Techdirt | By: Mike Masnick | Friday, December 19, 2014
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This story sure escalated in a hurry. Following all the news of the MPAA's tight relationship with Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood, Google has made a filing in a Mississippi federal court seeking seeking a temporary restraining order and an injunction...
From: Techdirt | By: Mike Masnick | Friday, December 19, 2014
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The saga of Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood and his cozy ties to Hollywood continue to come out. He's been claiming that, sure, he met with Hollywood's top lawyer, Tom Perrelli, had him prep Hood for a meeting with Google, and even took a ~4,000...
From: Techdirt | By: Mike Masnick | Friday, December 19, 2014
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The saga of the MPAA and it's uncomfortably close relationship with Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood, continues to unfold. If you don't recall, the Sony Hack revealed that the MPAA had such a close relationship with Hood that it was allotting between...
From: Techdirt | By: Mike Masnick | Friday, December 19, 2014
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We recently wrote about a very questionable study that argued that if the FCC does, in fact, reclassify broadband under Title II, it would lead to "$15 billion in new taxes" on your broadband bill. That number was bullshit. It conflated a bunch of different...
From: Techdirt | By: Mike Masnick | Friday, December 19, 2014
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We already wrote about the MPAA's plan to break the internet by trying to twist a portion of the DMCA to force ISPs to remove DNS entries, making sites effectively disappear off the internet. However, one key element to this actually relies on an issue...
From: Techdirt | By: Mike Masnick | Thursday, December 18, 2014
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Yes, all the attention these days about the Sony hack is on the decision to not release The Interview, but it still seems like the big story to come out of the hack is the sneaky plans of the MPAA in its bizarre infatuation with attacking the internet....
From: Techdirt | By: Mike Masnick | Thursday, December 18, 2014
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