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Yes, her initial impersonation of Selena Gomez was rather predictable and 'safe,' but she should be challenged to come up with a more 'out of the box' spoof, depending on the unexpected 'craziness' of the concept.
Fifty-One Shades of Maggie was initially written by Leesa Harker as a Facebook-based spoof blog of the best-selling book, Fifty Shades of Grey.
Surviving spoof detection techniques motivated the development of PRS scheme.
Titled Simulacrum & Hyperbole, the spoof commercial advertises body insurance and lasts 40 seconds.
While the real website boasts it will always look for the "lowest" fare, the spoof site describes its fares as "reassuringly expensive", "bloody expensive", or "I don't care - somebody else is paying".
Attempting to compensate for its own lack of originality and humor, "Epic Movie" spoofs several dozen films, a few MTV shows and, of course, Paris Hilton.
Earlier, he had said that the item was clearly labelled as a spoof.
Vine introduced the spoof by saying a news bulletin from "Radio 2 and a Half" followed.
The spoof news item was read by a newsreader during a discussion on what Britain would be like if it was run by tabloid newspaper editors.
One recent spoof incident involved e-mail that appeared to come from a system administrator and requested users to change their password--which was then transmitted to the spoofer.
The issue was Microsoft's licensing requirements on its patented and patent-pending PRA (Purposefully Regressive Algorithm) code, which is crucial to Sender ID's spoof checking.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-17 May 2004-SurfControl warns of brand spoof spam e-mail(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.