Twitter replaced with a notice of alleged copyright tweets
Your tweets can also be denounced by copyright, if that link to copyrighted material, for example. Twitter has to take care of these locks ordered by the requirements according to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) in the United States, and instead of poison messages mysteriously disappear, replace them with an explanation.
“This tweet from @ ___ has been held in response to a report of a copyright owner” says the message, trying to make things more transparent to users. Any retweet the message will also display the same message.
Twitter said it will continue to deliver the Chilling Effects project a copy of each request for content removal DMCA reach them, no matter if it’s a large company, or individual users. If a user is falsely accused of copyright infringement, it must send a message to Twitter, you can take the company to restore the lost tweeted 10 days, if the prosecution decides not to take further action. Not that it matters much a tweet 10 days, but it’s something.Copyright, DMCA, Twitter