Singers Say No to Illegal Downloads

December 10, 2008 at 8:47 pm | Posted in Music, Stars | 1 Comment
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Jewelry, SG Wannabe, Brown-eyed Girls and other top stars have come out to wipe out illegal song downloads. Fifteen musician groups have attended Wednesday morning a ceremony marking the first anniversary of the movement to eradicate illegal downloading. The movement has launched five rounds of massive campaigns to inform the public about the seriousness of illegal downloading as a crime. As a result, a number of ordinary citizens, some as young as elementary school students, have volunteered to keep their eyes out for illegal downloaders.

At the ceremony group Jewelry was given a plaque of appreciation for taking part in every campaign in 2008 and working to discourage illegal downloading. Song Dae-kwan, a noted singer and chairman of the Korea Singers Association, has been appointed the advisor of the movement, and Brown-eyed Girls, Davichi, and 2PM as honorary ambassadors. The movement’s executive committee thanked the musicians for eagerly leading the campaigns to protect music copyrights.

Picture Source: Joy News

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