Don’t Copy That Floppy – video
vídeo hilário de ‘92 bancado pela Software Publishers Association com
o Educational Section Anti-Piracy Committee e o Copyright Protection Fund,
mostrando um MC explicando pras crianças por que é errado copiar jogos.
legal depois quando aparecem os desenvolvedores true geeks de mullet
reforçando a parada. criança americana crescendo na nóia.
e não adiantou nada hahah
an anti-copyright infringement advertising campaign run by the Software Publishers Association (SPA) beginning in 1992, and become a viral hit due to the advent of sites such as Google Video and YouTube. The film has been compared with the 1936 film Reefer Madness due to its tone and effectiveness (or lack thereof).
The video for the campaign, starring M.E. Hart as “MC Double Def DP,” was filmed at Cardozo High School in Washington, D.C. and produced by cooperation between the SPA, the Educational Section Anti-Piracy Committee, and the Copyright Protection Fund, in association with Vilardi Films, Ltd.
Some claim there are two frames at 1:09 where the MC is wearing his jacket but no pants, and his naked rear end is clearly visible. However, upon closer inspection, the two frames of the video (one of which is shown), actually show the left hand of the MC and not the supposed rear end.