WASHINGTON POST | This is why you can’t post GIFs of the World Cup | July 1, 2014 | On the heels of action from FIFA against a Twitter account posting GIFs from the 2014 World Cup, Clinical Fellow Andy Sellars spoke to Caitlin Dewey of the Washington Post on the copyright status of these bite-sized clips of video content. While FIFA has aggressively sought to protect its intellectual property, Andy and other First Amendment scholars see an argument for considering GIFs a “fair use” exception to copyright.
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