Facebook disclaimer itself?
Place on Facebook a video of President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump’s visit to India. The Star-Spangled Banned music played in the background. Facebook added the following disclaimer to the video:
“Your video is muted in certain countries where Meta does not have music rights.”
Huh? That video first appeared in Facebook’s “Reels and short videos.” The music was on the original video. The text was added to the repost.
Are you ready for this? The video from Facebook had the Star-Spangled Banner in the background. I uploaded this video to YouTube. YouTube sent me an email the Star-Spangled Banner playing in the background is a copyright violation. So, I muted the video and used the Star Spangled Banner from YouTube’s audio library. It is exactly the same as the one played with the video on Facebook.
Link to the video on X, formerly known as Twitter:
NOTE: Black ribbon on the United States flag is an expression of mourning for the death of the constitutional republic in the United States of America that happened on January 20th, 2021.
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