Still think that the illegal exploitation of artists work is about freedom and sharing? From the looks of the screen shots below it’s about mass scale, enterprise level ad laundering with money originating on Madison Avenue. Or, in the case of Neiman Marcus maybe 5th Avenue?
These are major brands and corporations like State Farm Insurance, Neiman Marcus, Ferguson, Kohler, Register.com, Google and even the Ad Council who are aiding in the exploitation of, and profiting from the infringement of the artists work.
Yes Google we’re following the money and it leads back to these major brands and companies (like Google).
We’re not sure how Talib Kweli feels about all this, but maybe we’ll tweet him to find out.Earlier this summer we noticed Talib retweeted the “Letter To Emily.”
Talib Kweli Greene @TalibKweli
RT @SLondonChicinFL: EXCELLENT must read for anyone who has downloaded music illegally http://tinyurl.com/7rqlppb
of course one of the greatest irony’s of pirate culture is protecting their IP while profiting from everyone else’s…
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4 thoughts on “Talib Kweli Exploited by State Farm Insurance, Neiman Marcus, Ferguson/Kohler, The Ad Council, Google, Ad Choices and Desk Top Strippers”
Love these posts. Keep it up, people.
What makes you think we aren’t contacting them directly? And we’re already having a big effect. we should have all majors off of one of the biggest sites by next week. I know you’re trying to discourage us cause you and I both know THIS IS HIGHLY EFFECTIVE.
same comment gets the same response. what goes for BMW goes for the rest, stay tuned…
also you have a very interesting i.p. address.
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