In recent weeks, Al Perry, a senior executive at Paramount Pictures, has toured the East Coast speaking at law schools. He has struggled to repair Hollywood's battered image and convince skeptical audiences of the need for more aggressive copyright enforcement.
The plan for the tour emerged in the wake of January's collapse of the Stop Online Piracy Act. Perry sent letters to numerous law schools.
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