The social networking site, Twitter, deleted a photo from a tweet posted by US President Donald Trump.

The site justified this behavior by infringing on copyright.

Instead of the photo posted to the tweet on June 30, you'll now see a notification that the photo was deleted in response to a complaint from the copyright holder.

Axios reported that the deleted image was from a New York Times journalist who attached it to a large article about Trump.

The newspaper complained about the tweet, because Trump posted the photo without permission.

This is the second case, in two weeks, when social media sites remove material from Trump's accounts.

Before that, Trump's post and Trump's post were deleted from Facebook, which included pictures of two young children. After their parents complained of copyright infringement.

Source: Novosti

By:Nadeemy Haded

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