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Entertainment Snoop Dogg hit with lawsuit over Instagram video

07:15  20 october  2021
07:15  20 october  2021 Source:   covermg.com

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Snoop Dogg is facing a new copyright lawsuit that claims the rapper posted a viral video -- dramatic footage of a protester trying to scale a Manhattan office building -- to his Instagram without permission. In a case filed Monday (Oct. 18) in Los Angeles federal court, a media outlet called In addition to infringing the copyright for the video , FreedomNews.TV also accused Snoop of violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which prohibits the removal of “content management information” used on copyrighted works. By posting the video to Instagram without any attribution, the lawsuit said Snoop

Snoop Dogg is facing a new copyright lawsuit that claims the rapper posted a viral video -- dramatic footage of a protester trying to scale a Manhattan office building -- to his Instagram without permission. In a case filed Monday (Oct. 18) in Los Angeles federal court, a media outlet called FreedomNews.TV accused Snoop of Dua Lipa was hit with a case in June over a paparazzi image of herself. Before that, Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande faced similar cases. In addition to infringing the copyright for the video , FreedomNews.TV also accused Snoop of violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which

Snoop Dogg is facing a copyright lawsuit from lawyers at a media firm who allege he ripped off their viral video.

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In a case filed at the Los Angeles federal court on Monday, lawyers for the media outlet FreedomNews.TV have accused the rapper, real name Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., of posting the footage, which features a protester trying to scale a Manhattan office building, without their permission.

According to Billboard.com, they have accused Snoop of stealing copyrighted video of the April incident, in which a protester fell to the ground while trying to scale JPMorgan Chase's headquarters.

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The suit also accuses Snoop of violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act since he shared the alleged copyrighted footage without crediting FreedomNews.TV. “Defendant intentionally removed copyright management information related to the video ,” the media outlet wrote. “Defendant purposefully failed to include the video credit originally conveyed with the video in order to mislead the public into believing that defendant either owned the video or had legitimately licensed it.” A lawsuit was filed by Integral Images against Dua Lipa earlier this year over a 2019 Instagram post where she

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The allegedly unlicensed video, which the star gave the caption "Dummy of the Week" as part of a regular series he posts on his page, was still live on his Instagram account on Tuesday and has been viewed more than 4.5 million times since it was posted on 3 April.


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Bosses at FreedomNews.TV claim the video that appeared on Snoop's feed was an "exact copy" of their original, and that Snoop himself takes an "active and pervasive role" in curating his Instagram page.

Executives at the media organisation also accused Snoop of violating America's Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which prohibits the removal of "content management information" used on copyrighted works as it was posted without proper attribution.

"Defendant intentionally removed copyright management information related to the video," FreedomNews.TV's filing reads. "Defendant purposefully failed to include the video credit originally conveyed with the video in order to mislead the public into believing that defendant either owned the video or had legitimately licensed it."

Representatives for the rapper have not yet commented on the lawsuit.

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