Bestselling Learn Guitar on Android! http://bit.ly/LearnGuitarAndroid http://www.facebook.com/MahaloNews?Like us on Facebook! Visit the official Mahalo page:?http://www.mahalo.com/blake-lively-nude-photo-scandal/ It was taken down, put back up, and taken back down again. On Thursday June 16, 2011 Rebecca Black's infamous "Friday" music video was removed from Youtube "due to a copyright claim by Rebecca Black." It turns out Black and her team are battling Ark Music Factory over the rights to the song, which became a Youtube sensation when it garnered 160 million views. Ark began charging $2.99 per view of the clip, prompting Black and her lawyer to issue a takedown notice to Youtube and get litigious. Black's parents originally paid Ark $4,000 to produce the song and video for their 13 year-old daughter. On Friday June 17, the music video briefly reappeared online through Vevo as a director's cut. Or so it seemed. Black did not have an official Vevo channel, according to her rep, and that video was also taken down... leaving the Internet — at least for now — without one of its favorite targets of ridicule. ? Sources: http://content.usatoday.com/communities/entertainment/post/2011/06/youtube-removes-rebecca-blacks-friday-video/1 http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/exclusive-rebecca-black-fighting-ark-music-factory-over-friday-20110401 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CD2LRROpph0 http://mashable.com/2011/06/17/rebecca-black-friday-vevo/ http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2011/06/17/rebecca-blacks-friday-disappears-from-youtube-then-resurfaces/
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