YouTube shows video creators what copyright restrictions their audio will face

Megan Geuss, CC BY-NC-SA, Dec 09, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes

More reason to manage and upload your own videos for yourself. YouTube is increasingly a commercial publishing platform, with commercial publishing rules, which means you can even share snippets of things that may be copyright material even though such use is easily protected under fair use). "The video-sharing platform has long used the controversial ContentID system to enforce copyright, automatically scanning uploaded videos for infringing audio. If such audio is found, the video is flagged or even removed."

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