March 25, 2019

Fans howl over taking down World Cup Twitter posts for copyright issues (Nbcnews)

Fans howl over taking down World Cup Twitter posts for copyright issues (Nbcnews)

Alex Conn, 7, a fan of England’s soccer team, had plenty to cheer about this summer as his heroes exceeded expectations in the World Cup.

Every time star striker Harry Kane scored, Alex took to dancing for joy in front of the television.

After one of Kane’s goals against Tunisia early in the tournament, his mother, Kathryn, posted a short clip of Alex spinning and celebrating in her living room for family and friends to see on Twitter.

When she woke up the next day, though, Twitter had sent her a notification saying that FIFA, soccer’s international governing body, had requested that the video be taken down for copyright infringement. Read more

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