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2023 Author: Donald Evans | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 05:03
A new controversy comes to Spanish football. After the fight of companies like Mediapro against piracy, now the League has declared that it will persecute users who post videos of matches on social networks This new measure comes to combat social media accounts that do not pay to have legal photos and videos, although perhaps not so much the fan who only shares a photo of their favorite player.
Social networks are full of videos of the most popular teams and players in the world. Most of them are copyrighted, since they are made by professionals who charge for this type of service, which is why places like Twitter are filled with illegally shared content with rightsThe League will seek precisely to put an end to that.
The League will denounce the videos shared by the networks
According to the Sportyou page, the League has begun to use a robot that automatically searches for all videos shared on social networks in a illegal. This will allow them to quickly report accounts engaged in this type of activity, leaving the possibility of this only to the official accounts of the clubs and other authorized authorities.
The measure does not go against small users who share a short video of their favorite players or team, but to social media accounts such as Twitter, Vine or Instagram that they do this repeatedly for profitGaining followers is also a way to make money, and the League is not about to have their content used for it.
From now on we could see how the large accounts that use social platforms to share this illegal content are gradually disappearing, either because of inactivity or fear of this type of measure, or because the social network itself has deleted the account for uploading copyrighted content.
What do you think about the League reporting accounts that share videos of matches and players?