Last Monday (11) one of YouTube’s most iconic live streams was removed after a copyright error. Fortunately, last Tuesday (12), Lofi Girl channel resumes broadcasts that were removed from the video platform with a fake warning.

After the mistake, YouTube apologized for what happened and allowed the channel team to repost the broadcasts. Lofi Girl’s profile included He posted a message on Twitter announcing that the two lives were shown again.

Live streaming of playlists “lofi hip hop radio – beats for relax/work” and “lofi hip hop radio – beats to sleep / cool” has been going on for so long that the videos have 668 million and 129 million views respectively – both of which have already been viewed for more than 20,000 hours.

Lofi Girl is back

“Update on copyright notice/removal of live streams. Thank you to everyone who helped spread the word, your contributions were invaluable and I couldn’t have asked for a more supportive community.”

The issue occurred after a Malaysian company submitted an intellectual property notice for one of the songs played in their playlist. However, the copyright notice was not correct, and YouTube soon realized the error.

Source: Tec Mundo

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