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A US appeals court has revived a copyright lawsuit filed against Justin Bieber and Usher after ruling that their versions of the song “Somebody to Love” could be intrinsically similar to the original.
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The US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit; Justin Bieber; Usher; “Somebody to Love”; Devlin Copeland; music; copyright