Justin Bieber - Justin Bieber Becomes Victim Of Copyright Loophole
Pop prince Justin Bieber along with fellow superstar Lady Gaga has become the victim of YouTube's strict copyright law.
YouTube operates under a strict policy that if any material is accused of breaking copyright laws then the site will immediately remove content until the dispute is resolved. A mystery YouTube account by the name of iLCreation has claimed copyright ownership of the Eenie Meenie singer's material which has therefore resulted in his entire video collection being removed from YouTube until the matter is fixed. A representative for VEVO, the online music channel which carries BIEBER's music told TMZ.com "Someone is making false copyright claims against the Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga channels and YouTube has blocked access to the videos as a result. We are working with YouTube to resolve ASAP."
The Canadian born singer has enjoyed a meteoric rise to fame after being discovered by R&B star Usher. He released his debut album 'My World' in March 2010 which debuted at number 1 in the Billboard Charts, he has also appeared in several TV roles as well as his own movie 'Never Say Never' all before his 18th birthday.
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