Twitter deleted the video posted by Trump

By | July 19, 2020

In the preview video used the song of the American rock band, Linkin Park. The founders complained about the violation of copyright.
The social network Twitter has again removed the post of US President Donald Trump. The reason was the complaint about the violation of copyright, writes Reuters on July 19.

“We respond to justified complaints filed against us by owners of copyright or their authorized representatives,” the statement said on Twitter.
Twitter deleted the video posted by Trump
As the agency claims, the speech goes about the record of US aide Daniel Scavino, who retweeted Trump.

The trailer was a song by the American rock band, Linkin Park, as part of the pre-election campaign. The appeal was made by the music company Machine Shop Entertainment, founded by members of the group.

At the beginning of June, Twitter blocked a video of the head of the White House, dedicated to the memory of George Floyd for violation of copyright. At the end of June, Twitter blocked Trump’s post as an irresponsible company policy.

And nakanune social network removed a photo from the post-Trump.

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