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Kazu-P (源屋P) or minamotoya is the creator who was inspired by "the copyright trouble" and tried "to speak for Miku."
The copyright trouble is that Dwango Music Publishing Inc., related company to Nico Nico Douga, registered "Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru" on JASRAC without full agreement of its creator ika and Crypton Future Media, Inc. In addition, Dwango used the name "Miku Hatsune" without permission of Crypton. This third party's conduct and the following dishonest steps brought the ire and confusion of many fans and other creators. This problem has been settled by both parties (Crypton & Dwango).
|"Innocence"||Hatsune Miku||December 20, 2007||music, lyrics, video|
|•||Macrocosm||Hatsune Miku||June 28, 2008||music, lyrics|
|"Till the End of World"||Hatsune Miku||June 12, 2010||music, lyrics, video|
|sm11974467||Awakening!||VY1||September 2, 2010||music, lyrics|
|•||Cosmic Pulsation||Hatsune Miku||November 13, 2010||music, lyrics|
|sm12741820||Nonentity Youth||Kagamine Len||November 14, 2010||music, lyrics|
|Sony Music Direct||"初音ミク ‐Project DIVA‐ 2nd NONSTOP MIX COLLECTION"||Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Len, Kagamine Rin, Megurine Luka, KAITO, and MEIKO||July 28, 2010||music, lyrics|
|KazuPism||"Innocence"||Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Len, Kagamine Rin, and Megurine Luka||November 14, 2010||producer|
|Plug::8||"whiteout"||Hatsune Miku, GUMI, and Megurine Luka||November 14, 2010||music, lyrics|