Thursday, Dec 08, 2022

Taylor Swift patents lyrics of her songs

Taylor Swift has patented lyrics from her album '1989', prohibiting others from using them on various items.

taylor swift Taylor Swift has patented lyrics from her latest album ‘1989’, prohibiting others from using them on various items including T-shirts and printed publications without her consent.

Singer Taylor Swift has patented lyrics from her latest album ‘1989’, prohibiting others from using them on various items including T-shirts and printed publications without her consent. Swift, 25, has trademarked ‘This Sick Beat’ from her single ‘Shake It Off’ and also phrases like ‘Cause We Never Go Out of Style’, ‘Party Like It’s 1989’, ‘Nice to Meet You’ Where You Been?’ and ‘Could Show You Incredible Things’, from’1989′, reported Aceshowbiz.

People cannot use these lines on everything from T-shirts, mugs, removable tattoos,stickers and stationary to ‘paper products, printed products and printed publications’.

The news came just a day after Swift’s social media accounts were hacked. The hackers sent several posts convincing the singer’s 51 million Twitter followers to follow other Twitter users. Swift then responded to the hack on Tumblr. “Twitter is deleting the hacker tweets and locking my account until they can figure out how this happened and get me new passwords. Never a dull moment,” she wrote.

Subscriber Only Stories
JK Cement’s SPSU Udaipur Launches ‘Golden Batch 2022’ In Collaboration Wi...Premium
Appendicitis in Children- A new lifestyle disorderPremium
Using evidence will create strong foundations for the future of education...Premium
Re-Defining The Tradition In Folk Art: An Art Educator’s PerspectivePremium

First published on: 30-01-2015 at 11:37:26 am
Next Story

Leander Paes-Martina Hingis storm into mixed doubles final, Sania Mirza-Bruno Soares bow out at Australian Open

Latest Comment
Post Comment
Read Comments
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
close