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YouTube temporary removed K-pop Music Videos By BTS, TWICE And BLACKPINK

By Staff Reporter | January 18, 2019 04:25 PM EST

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Youtube temporary removed several of the biggest names in K-pop due to false copyright claims. Within one and a half hour of the mass removal Youtube has reinstalled for viewers to continue to enjoy.

An Indian company known as Aiplex Software Private Limited was apparently the culpit whom was responsible for the false copyright claims that causes the temporary video removal. In a twitter screenshot from SK it tweeted "Like Ooh Ahh, Likey and Yes or Yes are currently removed due to copyright claim by Aiplex Software Private Limited..."

Here were some of the videos that was temporary removed. Main hits such as BLACKPINK's "DDU-DU DDU-DU" TWICE "Like, Like Ooh-Ahh and YES or YES". BTS V's solo "Singularity" Jennie's "SOLO," PSY's "New Face" and BIGBANG's "Flower Road" and even Jay Park's "V"

The false copyright claim has fueled fans to take action on Aiplex. Currently, a petition is going on asking Youtube to ban the company. It has now gathered over 7000 people.

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