September 26 marked a fundamental milestone for Saudi women who have finally reclaimed their right to drive. The decision was announced through a ruling order signed off by King Salman, stating the amendment of the country’s long-standing traffic laws in a way to allow the government to issue driver’s licenses for both women and men. After being officially confirmed by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and on state television, the decision was enthusiastically picked up by major news outlets and instantly spread across social media, becoming the talk of Twitter (and the Internet) for two days straight and prompting a number of supporting posts from brands and individuals along the way. Yet, one of the posts raised another issue related to originality. It came from the Ford brand accused of copying an idea created by J.walter Thompson a year ago for news outlet Raseef 22.