Thursday August 04, 2016

MPAA Anti-Piracy Cutbacks Lead to "Bullying" Lawsuit

The Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft is being sued for discrimination and bullying by its former managing director. Imagine that, not only do they bully people accused of downloading movies, they bully their own employees as well.

The ASA, formerly known as the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft, is being sued by its former managing director for discrimination and bullying. A decision by the MPAA to reduce funding to the group led to Mark Day, a former MPA legal counsel, being dismissed while he was on sick leave.

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