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The tangled story of GoldieBlox — a startup that makes empowering toys for young girls — and the hip-hop group The Beastie Boys took another twist late Tuesday, when the company removed a video it had made that contained a parody of the Beasties’ classic song “Girls” and replaced it with one that had no reference to the Beasties whatsoever. GoldieBlox’s founders also posted a letter of apology to the band, saying they were fans and that they never intended any harm.
Copyright fans — and some Beastie Boys fans — will no doubt see GoldieBlox’s decision to remove the video as a huge victory. To them, it was a shameless and commercial ripoff of the band’s copyrighted content, and a slap in the face to deceased Beastie Boy Adam “MCA” Yauch, who specifically stated that he didn’t want the band’s music to be used in advertising.
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