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Google Gets One Up On Motion Picture Association

April 10, 2015

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A Mississippi federal judge has granted Google’s motion for a preliminary injunction against Jim Hood, the Attorney General of Mississippi, and found that “editorial judgment as to [Google’s] search results is constitutionally protected.” The ruling is a blow to the MPAA, which has been working with state AGs, among others, to make Google stop allowing links to YouTube and various pirate sites which the MPAA alleges contribute to copyright infringement. The organization’s efforts on behalf of movie studios were detailed in information released as a result of the Sony hack.

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