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PARK CITY, Utah â€" The Motion Picture Assn. of America, the leader in the global fight against movie piracy, is being accused of unlawfully making a bootleg copy of a documentary that takes a critical look at the MPAA's film ratings system.

The MPAA admitted Monday that it had duplicated "This Film Is Not Yet Rated" without the filmmaker's permission after director Kirby Dick submitted his movie in November for an MPAA rating. The Hollywood trade organization said that it did not break copyright law, insisting that the dispute is part of a Dick-orchestrated "publicity stunt" to boost the film's profile.

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Yeah, I saw an article where the MPAA said that they didn't break copyright law because they made the copies "for review purposes"

It's funny, the MPAA has always said making copies without permission for any reason is a violation........

I can't wait to hear the outcome.......I hope they settle out of court for tons of money
 

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i'd like some money to change into my hands for various things.
 
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