Facebook and Instagram joins Twitter in a tweet to pay tribute to George Floyd, who was posted by President Donald Trump's re-election strategy Friday, citing a copyright complaint. Intelligence.
According to Sputnik published on June 6, 2020, based on Facebook spokesperson Andy Stone, "We have received a copyright complaint from the creators under the Digital Digital Copyright Act. Millennium and removed this post. " "Organizations that use native art shared on Instagram are expected to do so."
According to POLITICO, the copyright claim on the video was submitted by a law firm in Burbank, California, to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram. The company says the video violates material from the artist it represents.
In a four-minute video, the president described Floyd's death as a "serious tragedy" while claiming "violence and anarchy" seen in protests caused by incidents. This was done by radical leftists.