Finally — a clear sign that we must stop with the Electric Slide already…
The inventor of the “Electric Slide,” an iconic dance created in 1976, is fighting back against what he believes are copyright violations and, more importantly, examples of bad dancing.
Ironically, bad dancing may save you —
“Someone who performs it noncommercially or adds their own artistic flair to the dance has a pretty good fair-use argument that their performance is noninfringing,” Schultz said.
[tip to Mises.org]