Twitter adds form and statement of jurisdictional consent to its copyright claims process

Twitter ▪ Copyright Claims Policy ▪ April 13, 2022

On April 13, Twitter added a new condition to the issuance of a notice of dispute: it now requests the signature of a declaration of jurisdictional consent, which varies slightly depending on whether the user resides in the USA or not. For a French resident, it will therefore be necessary to attach to their information the statement of jurisdictional consent: “I consent to the jurisdiction of any court in which Twitter may be located.”

Twitter also added a content removal request form to its Copyright Policy beyond the address.

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