"[..] in many EU countries, sharing an extract without further commenting on its substance is not covered by that exception".
So, I hope this post provides enough commenting and substance. But that clearly does not apply for modern way of dissemination of science via Twitter.
01. Sharing what happened 20 years agoAnyway, now I got a kickstart for the first example too: both tweets were actually about news of close to twenty years ago: both publications are of about 20 years ago! So, take the first tweet with the title of the Nature News article, but now with a quote.
Oh, and if you're not already freaked out: it's retroactive. That is, happy cleaning up the past 20 years of dissemination you did and figure out where this example applied. Nice excuse to not do research!