Now it happened so, once again: Twitter at Donald trump Account. But not because of his often quite foul-mouthed language, or political content, but from a purely legal reasons: The US President of the soundtrack of the movie "The Dark Knight Rises", the final part of the Batman trilogy by Christopher Nolan has used. But the Song had not been licensed and, therefore, the Supreme Lord of the White house against the Copyright came. Twitter responded and removed the Video, in which the achievements of the President are enumerated.
MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN! pic.twitter.com/diXWQHuyGj— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 9. April 2019
It is the second Time that Twitter is the Trump, again because of the Copyright rule. A few weeks ago, the US President had published on his channel a Video in which the song "Everybody Hurts" for the group R. E. M. was played. The American cult Band from the 80s and 90s was thereat "not amused" and demanded immediate deletion of the song.
The platform had reacted in the past to accusations against Trump-Tweets with the words that you are protect because of their news value. A Blockade would only result in the necessary debates could not be conducted on appropriate content. This reaction appeared to be the beginning of the year 2018, after the President of North Korea had publicly threatened a nuclear war. Twitter refused at the time to delete this message.
Created: 10.04.2019, 13:57 PM