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Here’s Katzmann’s justice about the jingle that benefits Palmer pic.twitter.com/6fjHIDyBFX
Clive Palmer Universal Music was ordered to pay $ 1.5 million in damages for “unauthorized” use of the 1980s version of the hit song We Not Gonna Take It by the glam metal group Twisted Sister in a political commercial during the 2019 election campaign.
Palmer used a cover version of the song during his multimillion-dollar advertising flash during last year’s federal election campaign. Palmer changed the text to:
Australia will not copy it, Australia will not copy it, Australians will not copy it anymore.