5 comments on “Our beloved cats on Twitter

  1. Thank you for this! It is stealing,intellectual and real “property”.. One wouldn’t do this to a writer for fear of being labelled a plagiarist… I post photos of my cats, as well. I dread the thought of seeing their pics being used in a degrading meme yrs after they’ve passed OTRB. Your time and work in defining legal issues, is MUCH appreciated. Thank you!

  2. Thank you, Hugo, for taking the time to create this blog. You very clearly explain the legal and moral obligations we all have regarding photos that belong to other people.

  3. Thank you for posting this. I’m “The Lady” and am still learning Twitiquette. It’s a shame others go the other route when so many of us take such time and effort to give our fuzzy kids a voice.

  4. Extremely valuable post you’ve written there. Wish more peeps would take your advice. I’ve never understood why peeps would download pictures that don’t belong to ’em to share on Twitter or Facebook. Makes no sense to me, at all.

    Purrs,
    Nissy

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