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Kasuku threatens legal action against content lifters


Isaac Katende a.k.a Kasuku, the owner of one of the fastest-growing YouTube channels in Uganda, Kasuku Live, has threatened to strike all bloggers who lift his content from his channel.

If you follow Ugandan entertainment news, it is almost impossible to take a day without coming across a video edited out of one of the Kasuku Live YouTube channel videos.

On TikTok, several accounts use the content for challenges and to create other hilarious skits. Others have continued to lift the entire show to their pages.

This, according to Kasuku, is not right.

On Monday afternoon, while hosting a live broadcast via his Facebook page, Kasuku noted that he has been closely following the pages on social media that lifted his shows and used them without his consent.

He plans to take action and slap copyright infringement notices on all channels lifting and using his videos in their entirety.

I have been watching you all closely, I am closely following. You lift my videos in whole and use them on your TikTok accounts. One day, around December – before this year ends, I will take action and demand my copyright.


Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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