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Alberto Gonzales Files -court tv – (the investiation channel mpaa org-2005 04 28

Alberto Gonzales Files -court tv – (the investiation channel mpaa org-2005 04 28

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Files pertaining to US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales
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Published by: politix on Jul 28, 2007
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COURT TV, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE,AND THE MOTION PICTURE AND TELEVISION INDUSTRIES UNITE TO PRESENT ANTI-PIRACY TELEVISION PROGRAMU.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and Court TV Anchor Vinnie Politan Discussed theImportance of Protecting Intellectual Property with Los Angeles-Area High School StudentsDuring a day long
“Activate Your Mind: Protect Your Ideas”
event at UCLA
New York, NY
In its ongoing effort to educate the public on cutting-edge legal issues, CourtTV today held a special event at
UCLA’s Bradley International Hall with U.S. Attorney General Alberto
Gonzales, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Motion Picture Association of America, Inc. and theScreen Actors Guild.In his first appearance before students since becoming the top law enforcement official in theUnited States, Attorney General Gonzales addressed over 100 Los Angeles area high school students anddiscussed the importance of promoting creativity in America, protecting creativity from theft, and theimpact copyright theft has on creative industries.The program included students interacting with an FBI agent who specializes in intellectualproperty theft investigations, a convicted intellectual property offender, and an actor and stunt man.MPAA President and CEO Dan Glickman spoke to students about the enormous impact Internet piracyhas on the entertainment industry, and heard the students
’ suggestions f 
or resolving issues of illegaldownloading and trading of movies. Students then participated in
breakout sessions
” and
developedtheir own ideas on ways to promote anti-piracy efforts by creating advertising campaigns and othermessages.Court TV and the MPAA sponsored this multimedia educational event as p
art of Court TV’s“Choices and Consequences” educational initiative and in partnership with the United States Departmentof Justice’s Task Force on Intellectual Property. Court TV will produce
a 30-minute television programthat will be broadcast on its cable network and distributed to high school classrooms throughout theUnited States. Participants in the program and the national educational initiative also include:
Constitutional Rights Foundation
I-SAFE, Inc.
Street Law, Inc.The participating high schools, representing a diverse group of students drawn from the Los Angelesarea, include:

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