WWE clarifies new policy on mentions using third party social media

WWE clarifies new policy using third party social media

WWE has clarified its position regarding reports about their talent not being able to have hashtags and/or photos which would advertise products as part of the new social media guidelines for Twitter and Instagram.

The new policy, is not much different to the third party policies they have had in place for the past several months, is that their talent is banned from monetizing their Twitter and Instagram by working with third parties, which is the same as with Twitch, Cameo and other social media channels.

WWE is going on the principle that contractual ownership of the likeness of its performers includes all social media accounts regardless of whether they are listed under their stage names or real names.

The new policy with where any monetizing with Twitter and Instagram by talent and not by WWE would be subject to a warning for the first violation, a fine on a second violation, and a suspension on a third violation.

Sources: F4WOnline, WrestlingInc

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