Brazilian author Vanessa de Oliveira strips to protest eBook piracy (warning: nudity)

Editor's note: The video below includes partial nudity

There's nothing like taking your clothes off in public to get the attention of the media.

And that's exactly what former Brazilian sex worker Vanessa de Oliveira did in front of the government palace in Lima, Peru last week to protest eBook pirates stealing her work.

She has written five books. The words sprayed across her body, No La Pirateria, can be translated into "No to Piracy".


Vanessa de Oliveira fights piracy with as few clothes as possible.

Oliveira claimed that there's no piracy in Brazil, but alleged that this type of theft thrives in Peru because of a lack of government action.


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Tim
I wonder how she feels about people borrowing books from the library.
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Pat Crowe
Hard news, Charlie.
Very hard!
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Pat Crowe
And I nominate Charlie Smith for the Pulitzer Prize for excellence in journalism.
Shower...Shower...Shower.....
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SCHWING
But I think they should of showed her gearing down a few more times as 7 was not enough?
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sicntired
At least this time the person stripping looks like a stripper.Usually,and I can hear the feminists hollering from here,the stripper makes you want to yell ;"put it back on!"Charlie Smith has finally got himself a real scoop.
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