emojis have judge rules

Emojis have judge rules 

24 February 2023

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Emojis can be defamatory. The District Court judge for the Southern District of New York has ruled that they will be subject to strict rules to follow.

Specifically, the case arose from the posting of a message on NBA's Top Shot account contains financial return references.

Lisa Braganca, former USA Security and Exchange Commission chief, tweeted: "A federal court judge ruled that these emojis 💰📈🚀 objectively mean : one thing, a financial return on investment. There will be legal consequences".

Also Oscar Franklin Tan, the chief legal officer of NFT platform Enjin, commented: “Courts should protect the edgy, freewheeling messaging in NFT communities because shitposts and emojis are part of free speech too”. 

SOURCE: CoinTelegraph

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