These two public service announcements from a Canadian advertising agency kick serious ass. Then they sober up, apologize profusely, and tell you they love you.
These 30-second TV spots produced in 2003 were deemed too violent and not approved for air on Canadian television stations.
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|"A real-time surveillance machine that has been developed for online advertising is rapidly expanding into other fields."|
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