What is the strategy that Internet users have taken to judge the evil bot that sells illustrations posted on Twitter without permission?
You can easily publish your illustrations and manga on SNS such as Twitter, but some people use these works without permission. Some illustrationsartworkSome companies and sites are trying to make money without using it, and Internet users are taking creative strategies to judge such sites.
Artists are provoking Nintendo, Disney to sue bots that steal artwork-Polygon
From around December 2019, the following tweet suddenly started to spread on Twitter.
The tweet says "Someone wants to make this illustration a T-shirt!", But the image attached to the tweet says "Stolen artwork is sold on this site, so don't buy it Is written.
hey can y'all do me a favor and quote tweet / reply to this with something along the lines of 'I want this on a shirt', thank you pic.twitter.com/UhuGRQgU6b
— Nana (@Hannahdouken) December 3, 2019
In another tweet, “I love this artwork! Nice illustration! God! I want this T-shirt!”, But the attached picture says “This is Disney ’s It ’s not a licensed product, it ’s not a parody product, we ’re working hard on copyright infringement and we ’d like to appeal to Disney, we ’re ready to pay all the court fees. ” The
I LOVE this artwork. Nice drawing, omg!
I need this on a shirt !!! ???? ♥ ️ pic.twitter.com/0tfJY0t3xQ
— Nirbion (@Nirbion) December 4, 2019
The reason why Twitter users are continually posting tweets with discrepancies in the text and attached images@OkazuYuriYou can understand by reading the post by.
@OkazuYuri says, “The following is a list of several sites that automatically turn the artwork stolen from Twitter artists into T-shirts, etc. Please do not purchase products from these sites. We will report if you find ". Apparently, a bot that analyzes tweets like “I like this illustration! Make it a T-shirt!” Sells T-shirts that have stolen artwork on some sites.
Here is list of some sites that auto-generate stolen artwork from artists on Twitter: Do not buy from them! Report stolen artwork.
— Erica Friedman 100 Years of Yuri 1919-2019 (@OkazuYuri) December 4, 2019
@OkazuYuri mentioned the following site that says “You can make Twitter user artwork without permission”. The following sites are all services that allow you to create original T-shirts from illustrations and other images.
On the Toucan Style website,toucanstyle.com/this-site-sells-stolen-artwork-tshirt“ (This site sells stolen artwork T-shirts) URL page exists, this page probably says “ Do not buy because this site sells stolen artwork "Please!" However, at the time of article creation, it is marked on the page as "Sorry, this page is no longer available"
In addition, as an attempt to protect the artist's artwork, why Disney's name and Mickey Mouse illustration were used, Disney has made various attempts in the past to protect Mickey Mouse's copyright It seems to be because it is.
As the artists on Twitter begin to implement the above strategy to protect their artwork, many similar issues will be gathered on the Internet.
Twitter user's@TalchyrPointed out that apparel products that infringe copyrights are lined up on the open marketplace.
IM LAUGHING THE FIRST 8 SHIRTS ARE ALL THIS pic.twitter.com/KzqVDzJsry
— The ghost of witchmas past (@Talchyr) December 5, 2019
In addition to the above cases, there are a lot of non-genuine products that infringe copyrights on the online store. For example, as soon as it appeared in "The Mandalorian", it became an explosion of popularity on the Internet.Baby Yoda"Also,Unofficial goodsAppeared in large quantities.