Originally published: December 18, 2009
Last updated: December 18, 2009 - 2:44pm
Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) Chairman Dan Glickman called this week's meeting of copyright industry representatives with Vice President Joe Biden, as well as the attorney general, head of the FBI and the secretary of Homeland Security, "very productive," and said the folks who criticized it were "dead wrong." He also defended the industry's request to the Federal Communications Commission for a waiver of its selectable output controls, and said he thought there was a way to protect content and still find common ground with the FCC on network neutrality. The meeting, was requested by the vice president's office to get more information about the copyright industry, Glickman said in an interview for C-SPAN's Communicators series.
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