51 Times That the Aggregator Distractify Says Its Copyright Was Violated

"Daniel Nazer, a staff attorney for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, said facts and story concepts generally can’t be copyrighted. Short phrases like headlines or titles likely wouldn’t be subject to copyright, either, he said.

“There’s only so many ways to say that someone used a Spotfiy playlist to break up with someone, and that fact is no more copyrightable than the fact that the president fired the F.B.I. director,” he said."