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The MPA plans to collaborate with Congress on piracy website-blocking legislation

The MPA CEO called pirates "real-life mobsters" who engage in child pornography
A hot potato: Charles Rivkin, chairman and CEO of the Motion Picture Association isn't a fan of pirates. He says many of those who operate piracy websites are "real-life mobsters" who engage in child pornography, drug trafficking, and other crimes. He has also announced that the MPA plans to work with Congress to introduce legislation that blocks pirate websites in the United States.