Wed. Sep 27th, 2023

Critics have a lot of questions about non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, and one of them is concerning screenshots. Despite the fact that you may legally take a snapshot of an NFT, people are still willing to spend millions for NFTs. “This post is an NFT,” Chris Person, creator of the web series Highlight Reel, tweeted last year. Do not take a picture of it. This password-protected post is mine alone. (‘Gaming.’) Don’t yell at me; I guess that’s how NFTs operate.

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Although we aren’t lawyers, many in the know don’t seem to believe that taking screenshots of NFTs is against the law. Mintable CEO Zach Burks’ blog article and a recent NFT clarification from the international law firm Bird & Bird both refute the idea that screenshotting NFTs is illegal.

NFTs’ purported screenshot issue has spawned an abundance of memes.

NFT screenshotting has been discussed at least as early as 2020, according to Know Your Meme, frequently through meme visuals or widespread online discussions. DVD piracy PSA “You wouldn’t steal a car” by the Motion Picture Association of America has been parodied countless times, and has been the subject of numerous memes. “You wouldn’t screenshot an NFT” was tweeted by Joshua Topolsky in April 2021, and the post has been retweeted hundreds of times.

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An image macro of Saul Goodman, the sleazy Better Call Saul character, was shared elsewhere. “Your honour, my client purchased the image as an NFT for $1 million,” Saul writes in the pasted caption. To top it off, he screenshotted the whole thing. Meme images that show screenshot instructions from Apple on an iPhone with macro writing that reads “Repost to scare an NFT supporter” are becoming increasingly popular.

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