no matter. The copyright laws don’t aid or abet people in false advertising. The protection is for the work, not the idea of the work. Also, the copyright owner has the right to use the material freely in a legal manner. If there is false advertisement, it’s not a copyright issue, since presumably they legally bought the rights to the advertisements with the copyrightable content.
Besides, you didn’t mix up the words, you used both:
I was simply clarifying. One of the beauties of this forum is that different people add thoughts and facts to topics. Sometimes pro-thread, sometimes anti-thread, sometimes to shed new light on the topic and sometimes to correct mistakes.
I wouldn’t eat that burger. But then, I wouldn’t eat any food from Hardees or Carls.