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Here to White Blue: Remove the "Sorry for the question" video for a rights violation - Walla! culture

2020-02-16T16:35:48.300Z

First publication: A corporation here requires a white paintbrush to remove from all platforms a propaganda video similar to the here's "forgive the question" program here, alleging copyright infringement. The video looks ...



Here to White Blue: Remove the "Sorry for the question" video for a rights violation

First publication: A corporation here requires a white paintbrush to remove from all platforms a propaganda video similar to the here's "forgive the question" program here, alleging copyright infringement. The video shows a faction quartet answering questions like "What was on Gantz's hacked phone?" And "What custom do you have left the army?"

Here to White Blue: Remove the "Sorry for the question" video for a rights violation

Still Photo: Niv Aharonson, Video: Niv Aharonson and Michael Barhum, Video Editing: Yardana Abudi-Fox

(In the video above: Blue and White Chair, Benny Gantz, interview for Walla! NEWS)

First publication: Public Broadcasting Corporation here on Sunday demanded a blue-and-white campaign to remove from any video broadcast platform uploaded as part of the election propaganda, very similar to the "Forgive the Question" program, broadcast here 11 and based on ABC's Australian format, alleging copyright infringement .

The video of Blue and White was uploaded to the network over the weekend, called "Sorry for the question - Blue and White version." It features a faction of the faction's "Cockpit" quartet, answering questions such as what to call the quartet's wetsap group, who's the best digger in the team, who wins hands-downs, what was on Gantz's hacked phone, and what custom they have left the army. The corporation argued through its attorneys that this is a copyright infringement of the corporation and the Australian copyright owner, and demanded that it immediately stop distributing the video and removing it from all digital platforms.

The corporation approved things. A blue and white response will be posted when you receive it.

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Video "Sorry for the question - blue and white version"

ABC's Australian program "You Can`t Ask That" first aired in August 2016, and has since sold to some 30 countries around the world. Her Israeli version, "Sorry for the Question," won the 2018 Academy Awards. She aired two seasons in Hebrew here 11, another Arabic broadcast on Channel 33, accompanied by the same name and will soon be broadcasting a special season for children here. Each chapter focuses on a particular minority group in a company or group that is of interest, and the participants answer non-politically correct questions, sent from the public and written on ballots, in part to shatter stereotypes.

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Benny Gantz from a propaganda video of the "Blue and White" party, which is reminiscent of the "Forgive the Question" program, broadcast here 11 (screenshot)

From a propaganda video of the "Blue and White" party, which mentions the "Forgive the Question" program broadcast here 11 (Photo: Screenshot from a video of Blue and White, PR)

Copyright infringement? Yair Lapid in "Blue and White" propaganda video (screenshot)

From a propaganda video of the "Blue and White" party, which mentions the "Forgive the Question" program broadcast here 11 (Photo: Screenshot from a video of Blue and White, PR)

From here's "Forgive the Question" program here (screenshot, here)

From the program "Sorry for the question" here 11 (Photo: here, PR)

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