The lights are on
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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Is it me, or North Korea and China are lately on a mission to piss everyone off?. The hacking incident, the copyright infringements, the non-authorized theme parks, etc etc. It is like they are on a bloody crotch day non-stop.
This IS Happening!!!!
They need to kidnap some better filmakers!
Ugh this is getting real old and stupid
oh north korea.
Nice journalism Kyle, posting a video that is no longer available. If anybody would actually like to watch the video here is a link.
I thought this one was gonna have footage from Fallout. Still, some scary s*** goin on over there.
This is dumb.
Ohh Kim Jong-un, you silly little man.
That is sad, pathetic really. If they are going to make their propaganda videos the least they could do is create their own videos and music. You would think that they would dedicate high production values to this stuff.
Well this is what happens to countries under lock down
meanwhile in best Korea...