Donald Duck shills for Recording Industry

A recent Swedish edition of a Donald Duck comic book was caught shilling for the recording industry printing an anti-file sharing message in the book.

The moral message in the short episode could easily be interpreted that illegal downloading is wrong and that the artists need to get paid. It is also said that the original version of a CD is better than the copy since pictures and other material follow.

This is seen as propaganda by the Swedes who consider themselves a bit more enlightened about the matter.

Donald Duck is known as Kalle Anka in Sweden. See you learn something new everyday.

(via Stockholm News)

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