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Can You Be Sued For Copying People’s Contents On Social Media?

Every day, images, sounds and videos go viral, without permission, compensation or even credits given to the original creators of these contents who take effort, time and creativity to piece these contents together. This brings about Intellectual property issues.

As digital technology has made it easier to create, replicate and share content on social media spaces, can you be sued for copying someone’s content on social media?

A Lawyer who advises on Intellectual Property, Information Technology, and Startup Law, Gabriel Eze, answers this question and other related questions concerning intellectual property issues on social media.

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