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    Internet Enforcement Analyst

    INFO SCIENCE: The MPAA is hiring an "Internet Enforcement Analyst." Sane individuals need not apply.

    Full-time Internet Enforcement Analyst needed immediately for the Motion Picture Association’s (MPA) Worldwide Internet Enforcement department in Encino, California. As part of the Worldwide Anti-Piracy team, the Internet Enforcement Analyst works on the front lines of the MPA’s online anti-piracy efforts, enforcing the copyrights of the MPA’s member companies.

    Responsibilities include:

    · Intensive Internet use, research, and online piracy site evaluation.

    · Technical and developmental oversight of automated search engine.

    · Worldwide coordination of online piracy investigations.

    · Conducting training in Internet functions and piracy-related issues.

    · Gathering and preparing evidence for submission to law enforcement and litigation counsel for possible legal action.

    · Developing and maintaining cooperative relationships with ISPs, universities, corporations, and other organizations to further anti-piracy efforts.

    · Researching and evaluating new technologies, Internet protocols, and methodologies used to conduct and to combat Internet piracy.

    · Conduct limited investigation into Internet piracy sites.

    Interested parties should email melissa_valenzuela@mpaa.org. Melissa can be faxed at 818-461-1560. You can call Melissa at by dialing "1-800-NOCOPYS", "*" to pick a mailbox, "#" to list the names, and dial "8" and "#" to list names starting with "V".

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