Citing HBO's Ari Gold, MPAA Chairman Chris Dodd says to Google, "Let's hug it out"
WME co-CEO Ari Emanuel extends an olive branch to Silicon Valley after a testy exchange about copyright filters on the internet
Despite the legislative fiasco of SOPA and PIPA, Dodd says he is committed to cracking down on content theft
Google co-founder Sergey Brin says that Hollywood "is shooting itself in the foot, or maybe worse" with its current anti-piracy lobbying
Paul Brigner, a tech officer who has left his post with the MPAA, explains how he changed his mind and why he now opposes SOPA...
Congressmen Darrell Issa and Ron Wyden modified the OPEN Act, an anti-piracy bill, based on online suggestions
Weeks after running SOPA and PIPA into the ground, the power of Facebook and Twitter was on display again this week
Hollywood is unlikely to go forward with anti-piracy legislation this year, Viacom's Philippe Dauman tells Dive Into Media Conference
Country-specific censorship of tweets places the social networking site on the other side of the censorship conversation
Telling politicians in wake of anti-piracy setbacks that Hollywood money will stop flowing if they don't stand up 'when my job is at stake,' amounts...
A rare win for the anti-piracy forces during a rough week
UPDATED: Temporary victory for those who complained that legislation goes too far could be bad news for Hollywood
MPAA chief Chris Dodd is earning $1.5 million to arm-twist Congress, but the powerful tech industry has other plans
He wants the Senate to shelve PIPA for now
Mark Zuckerberg tweets for first time since 2009
With Wikipedia down, library masturbation is up
Hollywood had Chris Dodd and a press release. Silicon Valley had Facebook
Over 1,000 people RSVP to rally to protest anti-piracy legislation
How to cope without everyone's favorite research tool
With free speech advocates, tech companies and even the White House lining up against it, the industry may face a choice: watered-down legislation or none...
Popular site joins other online companies in a 24-hour protest against SOPA
MPAA responds to the White House's statement that legislation working its way through Congress must not curtail innovation or freedom of expression
The bill had been expected to pass out of committee, but a decision will be postponed until Congress is in session again
Executives for MPAA, DGA and IATSE come to the defense of the Stop Online Piracy Act