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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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How will they threaten us if our copyright laws keep getting in their way?
Oh North Korea, will you guys stop being jack@$$e$, and LEAVE US THE **** ALONE?!?!?!
Ha, suck it NK.
If I had two heads, I'd do a double Facepalm.
So are these guys like terrorists or something?
Why does anyone get bothered or care what North Korea does? It's not like they're the defining cultural hub of the world. I say let them do whatever they want in regards to things like this, it's not like it matters here.
Someone in charge of North Korean propaganda is a gamer, I guess.
north Korea steals it yet we cant watch it. something is wrong here.
I bet their video editing software wasn't even Windows Movie Maker.