Don’t Copy That Floppy – Lesson 2 in Anti-piracy

Written by Amit Agarwal on Sep 8, 2009

Now that floppy disks are outdated and new forms of software piracy have emerged, the Software Industry Association has released a brand new version of the popular "Don’t Copy That Floppy" video campaign that originally launched in the early 90s to teach kids about the implications of software piracy.

In the new video, some teenagers are downloading a pirated game from the internet when armed policemen raid the home and arrest their innocent mom who is cooking food in the kitchen. It’s more like those stories where grandfathers (who have never touched computers) get sued by RIAA for pirating music that their tech-savvy grand-children may have downloaded from the Internet.

And here’s the original "Don’t copy that floppy" video in case you haven’t seen in before.

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