COULD THAT GIF GET YOU SUED?

The best brand marketers on Twitter are often praised for how human they sound and how much modern social savvy they bring to their posts. But sometimes there's a moment where even the biggest brands are reminded that they're not like everybody else. They're companies aiming to profit off their content, which means the rules...

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