Censorship on TV?
The past couple of years, I've started noticing something. Logos are getting "blurred out" on TV.
I first noticed this a couple of years ago, when PeppA would watch WWE wrestling. After the switch from WWF to WWE, whenever archived video footage is aired, if you look, the WWF logo is blurred out. I can understand that, as the reason they changed to WWE was copyright infringement on another group.
About a year ago, I started noticing that many of the shows on the Discovery Channel are blurring out things. This is really evident on one of my favorite shows, Mythbusters. Ok, license plates on personal vehicles I can understand, but logos on t-shirts?
Just now, I noticed something else. I've got the TV on Disney for the little ones. One of the little "snippet" shows for singing just came out. Imagination Movers, I think it's called. These four guys were singing about their favorite snack. The set was dressed up to look like a small grocery store or gas station snack shop. I noticed that one of the logos was blurred out!
Are advertising companies getting THAT competitive, or are the lawyers just looking for new excuses to sue someone?
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