MPAA Head Chris Dodd: I'm Willing To Discuss Copyright Reform As Long As Nothing Changes
February 11, 2014

Via Techdirt:

Chris Dodd, head of the MPAA, has decided that, 16 years after the Napsterpocalypse (which singlehandedly killed the recording and motion picture industries, both of which are now nothing but vague memories for pre-Gen Xers), it's time to meet the tech industry in the middle and start working together.

But, as is Dodd's way, "in the middle" means drawing a line inches away from the MPAA's position and "working together" means making heavy concessions to the incumbent industries. Here's what the Grand Dame of the movie business had to say while attending a celebration of US-Germany film coll...

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