FACT chief Leinster plans exit

August 2006
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;8/15/2006, Vol. 395 Issue 35, p44
The article reports that Raymond Leinster, director general of the organization Federation Against Copyright Theft, will resign from his position on August 23, 2006. Leinster has also worked with Northern Ireland police. Leinster said that he will continue to be active in the copyright protection field. The organization is looking for replacement for Leinster.


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