Like all public service announcements aimed at the youth back in the early 90's, the message against the evils of software piracy was delivered in corny rap through the "cult classic" educational video, "Don't Copy That Floppy" (Youtube link). Heck, even the sequel has the hip and cool youth of today laughing at the original. Oh yes, there's recently been a sequel courtesy of the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), "Don't Copy That 2", and it's available for your listening pleasure at www.dontcopythat2.com, and even iTunes.
As in the original video, "Don't Copy That 2" extols the virtues of anti-piracy through the hip-hop stylings of the newly upgraded MC Double Def DP... the Digital Protector. Unfortunately he doesn't get to battle against a costumed villain voiced by Tim Curry in the digial world, like the Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad.
Yet if you software pirates continue your foul deeds with a guilty conscious or not, you'll end up like the mother in the music video: being chased by armed police while you're in the middle of making dinner in the kitchen or something. So put your knowledge to use for better things, like spotting the seconds-long Rage cameo courtesy of id Software. Else you can stick around for a guest appearance from convicted software pirate Jeremiah Mondello, currently serving a 48-month federal sentence for hawking pirated software on eBay using stolen bank accounts. Heck it's even got Klingons in it, proving they did indeed triumph in a desperate struggle for our primitive planet.
According to the SIIA, a "modified and extended" version of the video will be made available for actual classrooms later this fall... so you young'uns better stay in school. Or else.