It looks like Mastercard has finally decided to start dropping the hammer on people who publish parodies of their “Priceless” ads. Check out the Cease and Desist order they sent to the publishers of netfunny.com after the site posted a version of the joke based on the Columbine killings.
I guess I can see where Mastercard is coming from, considering the climate surrounding school shootings these days, and not wanting to be involved in that sort of thing, but it seems only fair that they not selectively sue companies based upon the subject matter of a parody, but rather the fact that they are doing it at all. Right? You tell me.