Bronx student inspires PSA against digital piracy

A Bronx student has inspired a new PSA to stop digital piracy in New York City. Lehman High School senior Samantha Oliveras wrote and directed

THE BRONX - A Bronx student has inspired a new PSA to stop digital piracy in New York City.

Lehman High School senior Samantha Oliveras wrote and directed the rap-themed message about two creative industry workers who lose their jobs because of pirating.

Oliveras said she made the PSA after witnessing a lot of kids in her film class pirate music without realizing that it was harming other people.

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