MPAA to launch Web site that tells folks where to get movies legally

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This may come as a bit of a shock to y’all, but the MPAA actually has a idea to “save” the movie industry that doesn’t involve sending out John Doe letters to dumb teens. The association is launching a Web site (no release date yet, ‘fraid) that will help folks find legitimate sources of movies. You know, iTunes, Xbox Marketplace, Netflix, etc.

It’s 2008. Good to see the MPAA get with the program.

That the MPAA assumes that folks don’t know the difference between going to the Pirate Bay and going to iTunes should just be ignored.

Good luck to the MPAA and its newfangled “Web site.” About time these guys get their act together.

via Ars Technica

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