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LA property owners now responsible for piracy on their premises

Hollywood's ongoing war on piracy took another step forward in the wake of a ruling that will hold property owners in Los Angeles liable for the manufacture and sale of counterfeit music and videos on their premises.The Los Angeles County Board Of Supervisors approved the new ordinance on May 5, expanding the legal definition of nuisance properties.'This ordinance is an important milestone in our efforts to curb piracy in Los Angeles,' MPPA chairman Dan Glickman ...

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