Marc Miller, the MPAA's new SVP, Content Protection, Internet will oversee the gency's worldwide online content protection enforcement strategies and operations
The Motion Picture Association of America has hired Marc Miller as senior vice president, content protection, Internet, MPAA said in a statement today.
Miller, who was previously Nintendo of America anti-piracy counsel for the Americas and Asia/Pacific, will oversee MPAA’s worldwide Internet content protection enforcement strategies and operations, the agency said in the statement.
“Marc’s extensive background in the enforcement sector will be invaluable to furthering the MPAA’s global online content protection strategy,” said Michael Robinson, MPAA executive vice president, content protection, chief of operations.
Before he joined Nintendo, Miller was assistant deputy chief for IP litigation in the computer crime and intellectual property section of the Justice Department, the MPAA statement said.