YouTube takes down Logang Paulers after complaint from Logan Paul

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Popular YouTuber Logan Paul – who recently announced their support to PewDiePie in the latter’s subscriber battle against India’s T-Series – had to call YouTube out publicly in order to get a channel banned over blatant copyright infringement. The fan-based YouTube channel LogangPaulers, as alleged by Logan, used to re-upload their videos and earned money.

Paul said they had to go public with the complaint after YouTube didn’t respond to their email for over two days. Indeed, that helped, as YouTube quickly jumped into action and promised to ban the user completely.

Logan confirmed some of those videos were removed immediately.

And as it stands currently, the whole channel has been taken down:

logangpaulers-taken-down-youtube

For those who are new to this channel, here’s what their about page says:

LogangPaulers Welcome to our channel This is just a fan base channel… The Logang and Jake Paulers are the best, so i created this channel also to learn more about editing, and connect with all you guys. Join the family

The channel had a whopping 127,833 subscribers.

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Himanshu Arora

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