Movie industry trade organization the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has hired a former Nintendo lawyer to head up its efforts to combat piracy. The group is also responsible for movie ratings. The MPAA announced on Monday that it hired Marc Miller to take control of its international anti-piracy enforcement operations.
He will serve as the senior vice president of Internet content protection and will work closely with the group’s army of lawyers to develop a refined civil and criminal litigation strategy to fight against copyright infringement.
They certainly picked the right man for the job considering that Miller's previous jobs include anti-piracy counsel for Nintendo and as the assistant deputy chief for IP litigation in the Justice Department's computer crime unit...
Source: The Hill