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The Creative America Campaign is a coalition of entertainment organizations in United States. The organization's goal is to combat content theft (commonly called piracy) and protect the benefits of the American entertainment industry. Creative America refers to itself as a grassroots movement. However, it has been alternatively described as astroturfing, given the support of labor groups SAG-AFTRA, IATSE, and the Directors Guild of America and entertainment giants including CBS Corporation, NBCUniversal, The Walt Disney Company, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Viacom, and Time Warner .
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