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Pirate MPAA Emails Expose Dirty Media Attack Against Google

Posted: 27 Jul 2015






Late last year leake docs. revealed that the MPAA helped Mississippi Attorney General (AG) Jim Hood to revive SOPA-like censorship efforts in the United States.

In a retaliatory move Google sued the Attorney General, hoping to find out more about the secret plan. The company also demanded copies of internal communications from the MPAA, which are now revealing how far the anti-Google camp planned to go.



Emails between the MPAA and two of AG Hood’s top lawyers include a proposal that outlines how the parties could attack Google. In particular, they aim to smear Google through an advanced PR campaign involving high-profile news outlets such as The Today Show and The Wall Street Journal.

With help from Comcast and News Corp, they planned to hire a PR firm to “attack” Google and others who resisted the planned anti-piracy efforts.
To hide links to the MPAA and the AG’s office, this firm should be hired through a seemingly unaffiliated nonprofit organization, the emails suggest.



“This PR firm can be funded through a nonprofit dedicated to IP issues. The ‘live buys’ should be available for the media to see, followed by a segment the next day on the Today Show (David green can help with this),” the plan reads (pdf).


The Today Show feature would be followed up by a statement from a large Google investor calling on the company to do more to tackle the piracy problem.

“After the Today Show segment, you want to have a large investor of Google (George can help us determine that) come forward and say that Google needs to change its behavior/demand reform.”


In addition, a planted piece in the Wall Street Journal should suggest that Google’s stock would lose value if the company doesn’t give in to the demands.



“Next, you want NewsCorp to develop and place an editorial in the WSJ emphasizing that Google’s stock will lose value in the face of a sustained attack by AGs and noting some of the possible causes of action we have developed,” the plan notes.






Previously, the MPAA accused Google of waging an “ongoing public relations war,” but the above shows that the Hollywood group is no different.

On top of the PR-campaign the plan also reveals details on how the parties would taint Google before the National Association of Attorneys General.

Through a series of live taped segments they would show how easy it is for minors to pirate R-rated movies, buy heroin and order an assault weapon with the help of Google’s search engine.

Finally, the plan includes a “final step” where Attorney General Hood would issue a civil investigatory demand to Google.

In its court filing (pdf) Google uses the information above to argue that the AG’s civil investigatory demand was not the basis of a legitimate investigation. Instead, it was another tool pressuring the company to implement more stringent anti-piracy measures.

Given this new information, Google hopes that the court will compel Fox, NBC and Viacom to hand over relevant internal documents, as they were “plainly privy” to the secretive campaign.

It’s now up to the judge to decide how to proceed, but based on the emails above, the MPAA and the AG’s office have some explaining to do.
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you know, i get you want to protect your product that i understand. but there and i've said it before, was a time where the MPAA actually worked and worked for the people and the studio. and where human beings, the music industry as well. but it's amazing how evil they've become.

there should be a point that even the judges and everyone should step back and say what are we even doing? if they would stop doing all this stupid ass stuff and spending all this money that we no doubt are paying for. they'd oh i dunno make some maybe good movies. they wouldn't be losing money if they are losing it.

To go back what i've said in the Past. Llloyd Kaufman the dude who owns Troma he is all for piracy. because his films don't make the money they used to back in the day.

and when someone discovers The Toxic Avenger and like it, they than buy the film from maybe online, or on the offical site, than they go and discover the other films Troma has made through the years. so he's getting customers because of it, in short he's making money.

true it may not be the kind of money he made in the 80's. and prolly 90's as well but he's still making movies, and money too. why the studio's can't see it from that angle i have no idea. than again they also don't refuse to believe that outside of piracy

you have Netflix and that takes money away from someone buying the dvd or blu-ray as well. in short movies are at your finger tips in today's world. and these idiots should realize that people do still buy their product if they like it. hell with E-books and kindle's and so forth. people still buy books in print. i still buy each NEW Stephen King book when it comes out. same thing with James Patterson and loads of others i love.

to use an example when it comes to books, i recently bought covers for my hardback books. and my mom was kind enough to cover them all. in all i had oh it had to be over 150 hard back books.

when i download a film and i like it i buy it, than my dvd's my original's that i bought in a store, when it hits blu-ray and it's a film i love i buy it again and get rid of the dvd.

so i'm buying that 2 times. so they are still getting my money either way. but than what do i know ya know?
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