Soccer federation uses copyright to take down newsworthy and not so newsworthy posts

The International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) used copyright laws to limit videos from the World Cup. It used the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to take down a videotape of Pussy Riot members protesting against the Putin regime during the final match between France and Croatia. And to the disgust of fans took down a five second video of a seven-year-old celebrating a goal. (techdirt, July 17, 2018, by Mike Masnick)