Tokyo Film Festival: Piracy in Japan Is “Getting Worse,” MPA Finds

Growing piracy in Japan and the fight against it were in the spotlight at the Tokyo International Film Festival on Friday as the Motion Picture Association presented latest research and best practices for protecting intellectual property. “The challenge of …
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