"The social networking site has previously claimed that Bieber, a singer who shot to fame on YouTube, is mentioned 60 times a second on its website, which publishes 65 million tweets every day," reports Telegraph.com.
According to the report, "The phenomenon can be partially explained by the fact the singer almost exclusively appeals to infatuated young teenage girls, who frantically profess their love for Bieber on their social networking pages."
Plus, the story adds, "The star stirs up equivalent levels of revulsion in various other cross-sections of the internet community, accounting for another huge volume of Bieber-related web activity."
In an example of the power of the anti-Bieber forces, says the article, "In the past the Canadian teenager has been maliciously targeted by a number of online pranks, for example when "non-Beliebers" targeted a poll on his website where fans could vote for his next tour venue. The weight of orchestrated campaign meant the winning vote was for North Korea."