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Internal memo says NFL will fine teams up to $100,000 for posting social media video during games

The NFL recently sent a memo to its teams saying they'll be fined $25,000 for posting unapproved video during games, according to a copy of the notice that was obtained by Mashable.  And that's just for a first offense; a second infraction will draw a $50,000 fine. Any thereafter will draw a fine of "up to" $100,000 as well as "loss of rights to post League-Controlled Content (including game footage).
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