MPAA Head: Protecting Content Is Studios’ No. 1 Concern

Digital content is “available in [people’s] homes, and they feel it’s theirs,” outgoing MPAA chairman Dan Glickman said. “Our job has been to try to educate people that in fact it’s not theirs, unless there’s some form or system for paying for it. At the same time, it’s our responsibility to provide it in ways that are easily accessible and at reasonable prices.”