Pirates, Beware: Industry, ISPs Launch Copyright Alert System 12 weeks ago
The entertainment’s industry new piracy warnings to computer users started flowing Monday as the industry and internet service...
By Ira Teinowitz
Analysis: Harvey Weinstein's "Bully" battle over ratings isn't likely to cause long-lasting impact
The MPAA chief evokes Steve Jobs in his plea to get the creative and tech communities to put aside their differences
Claim that site has become popular by distributing illegal copies of TV shows and movies
Hollywood gives a full thumbs-up to bipartisan bill that would allow the Department of Justice to shut down offending sites
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities argues film jobs don't pay for lost tax revenues, but trade group says that's not so
Grantees include police agencies and district attorney's offices
After flirting with the Hollywood post for months, former U.S. senator breaks off talks. Moguls say he made too many demands
Newly searchable database aims to enhance transparency of movie ratings process, says outgoing agency chief Dan Glickman
Report says studios aren't doing enough to protect children
D.C. veteran served on Sen. Dianne Feinstein's staff for nine years.
Glickman says he'll leave the lobbying group when his term expires in September.
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga