He claimed there was widespread voter fraud in Philadelphia, Chicago and St.Louis — cities with large black populations that heavily favour Democrats. A summer poll showed Trump’s support among blacks in swing states Ohio and Pennsylvania was 0 per cent.Ed Vaizey said anyone who who screenshotted a Snapchat message and shared it with others could be sued by its original sender – and face a prison sentence.Snapchat is a messaging service and social network.At the three presidential debates, for example, we counted 104 false claims for Trump to 13 for Clinton.The extreme, unprecedented quantity of Trump falsehoods is why we started fact-checking everything he said. But our scrutiny shows there is just no comparison in their level of accuracy on the campaign trail. Some of it is no doubt earned: she has made false claims this campaign about her email scandal, about her flip-flop on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and about assorted other things.
“The image owner would be able to sue anyone who does this for copyright infringement.
Republican Florida Governor Rick Scott celebrates his re-election in a deadlocked race against Democrat Charlie Crist during a U. midterm elections night party with supporters in Bonita Springs, Florida, November 4, 2014.
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“Those convicted could face a maximum sentence of two years in prison.” Copyright infringement itself is punishable by 10 years in prison and/or an “unlimited” fine, though this is restricted to six months in prioson and a £50,000 fine in magistrates’ courts.
Mr Vaizey, a Conservative, had been asked by DUP MP Jim Shannon what steps the Government was taking to ensure that Snapchat images were not “made public without the consent of the image owner”.
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