Hollywood & Bollywood Team Up to Fight Piracy

The Motion Picture Association of America and seven Indian film studios have joined hands to create a program meant to cut film piracy in India, the world's second most populous nation. The Associated Press reports, "Piracy cost India's $2.3 billion film industry $959 million and 571,000 jobs in 2008, according to an Ernst & Young study, and pirated DVDs account for 60 percent of the market, according to KPMG."