No Joke. You Can't Steal One-Liners On Twitter Anymore
A Twitter user claimed copyright infringement after her tweet was reposted without proper attribution. Twitter's response might have set a precedent.By Lexie Hammesfahr | July 27, 2015
If you plagiarize on Twitter, beware: The social media network is monitoring your stolen jokes.
Looks like the seemingly strict crackdown started after a Twitter user complained about a stolen tweet.
When LA freelance writer Olga Lexell posted this tweet: "saw someone spill their high end juice cleanse all over the sidewalk and now I know god is on my side," other accounts and bots started posting the joke without attribution.