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North Korea Is At It Again With More Stolen Video Game Assets For Propaganda Videos

North Korea recently stole footage from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 to place in one of its government propaganda videos, and now it has taken music from The Elder Scrolls for a new video.

Unfortunately, the video has already been blocked, so I wasn't able to audibly confirm if the music actually appears, but ZeniMax claiming copyright on the video seems like a good identifier. Before it was blocked, Global Post reported that the video apparently featured a warning for our President which involved him getting set on fire, and it was all set to Elder Scroll's stirring score.

Thanks to Aaron Summers for the news tip!

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