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E-mails have emerged allegedly showing that the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and Mississippi Attorney General (AG) Jim Hood attempted to “create an attack” on Google for apparently resisting efforts to address online infringement.
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MPAA; Jim Hood; Google; piracy; counterfeits; Brian Cohen; US District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi;