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MPAA moves to tackle rampant Serbian film piracy

The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) is planning to fund an anti-piracy programme in Serbia and Montenegro, where it is estimated that 90-95% of films on television and on video are pirated.If funding from the Hollywood studios is forthcoming, the MPAA is also weighing up plans to open an agency in Serbia which, in partnership with local distributors, would help enforce a proposed new local anti-piracy law.The move follows the July launch of an MPAA campaign ...

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