Mississippi Attorney General
Jim Hood

The formation of a Mississippi Intellectual Property Crime Center system (“MIPCC”) under the umbrella of the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office (AGO) is designed to provide the general public with information relating to Intellectual Property crimes; and be a means to provide education and awareness of IP crimes and safety issues to both law enforcement and consumers.
U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL ERIC HOLDER:
“The rise in intellectual property crime in the United States and abroad threatens not only our public safety but also our economic well being. The Department of Justice must confront this threat with a strong and coordinated response.”
- In press statement concerning the creation of the Department of Justice IP Task Force, Washington, D.C., February 12, 2010

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