YouTube has made some small yet significant changes to the way its Content ID system works with copyright videos.
The Google-owned site has tweak a trio of ares: its appeals process, detecting unintentional claims and automatically matching copyright ownership to new videos.
In a new post on the site's blog, YouTube Rights Management Product Manager Thabet Alfishawi explains:
A New Appeals Process
Users have always had the ability to dispute Content ID claims on their videos if they believe ...
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