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But for a brief time, there was a great disturbance in the Force , as if millions of outraged GIF users suddenly cried out in terror, and were silenced. But now they're baaaaack! Giphy did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The GIFs aren't exactly spoilers, because the baby creature's existence has made headlines ever since it appeared in the final moments of The Mandalorian premiere, which was released to US customers when Disney Plus made its debut on Nov.
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One of the most relentlessly adorable characters in Star Wars history just got caught up in some copyright confusion. Vulture claimed in a spoiler-laden piece that the GIFs of the cute-as-hell character were taken down for "copyright reasons," but Giphy has stressed that Disney wasn't responsible. Giphy only pulled the snippets temporarily while it "reviewed the situation," the company said in a statement to the BBC. The move will likely prove a relief if you just have to share the little tyke with everyone you know straight-up: if you've seen the series, you'll probably want to. It's also a reminder that Disney, for all its notoriety in the copyright world, has generally been open to GIFs -- it even has its own Giphy channel to make sure you're using official clips. While it doesn't have any Mandalorian GIFs yet, it's clearly not in a rush to take unofficial versions down. Still, this can't help but raise questions about whether or not companies will try to wield copyright against GIFs in the future.
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It was remarkable at the time for the unnerving realism achieved by the finely adjusted combination of data and physics models and animation — not to mention the absurdity of the music set to the video. In addition to circulating the internet and the news in and , the seminal '90s TV show "Ally McBeal" made use of the video on several occasions. You could call it the first viral video, or the first meme, or the first moment we realized just how lawless the internet could be.
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