JVM fakes blogosphere feedback
Is it fair to produce a video showing results of your campaign with images that are faked? The Fey&Co Lullaland video from JVM at 1:32 shows my blog creativebits.org with an article I never wrote. I tried to search for the rest of the blogs and found nothing. The person who sent this to my attention pointed out that all the tweets are fake too. I emailed the creator of the video on YouTube, but got no response. I don't mind to be honest. All publicity is good, but I think it's unfair towards the viewer who believes all this actually happened. What's your opinion?
Here is the video:
Here are the blogs I found mentioned in the video:
Here is some real feedback: