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If your'e a member of fan club sites for Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato and/or Rihanna, listen up!

A unit of Warner Music Group that operates the sites has agreed to pay $1 million because it illegally collected data from users under the age of 13, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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There's nothing for tween fans to do now. The websites ran afoul of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, which makes it a no-no for sites to collect personal data from users under age 13 without parental consent.

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The sites — BieberFever.com, SelenaGomez.com, RihannaNow.com and DemiLovatoFanClub.net — are the ones in question. In the settlement, the company agreed to cough up the million bucks for a civil penalty, and to delete data that violated the law. 

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