YouTube To Change Content ID Policy To Let Creators Profit From Disputed Videos 

Over the past few months, YouTube’s Content ID platform has generated a lot of controversy. The digital rights management service, which lets rights holders identify, claim, and monetize unlicensed use of their intellectual property, has drawn criticism from creators who believe it puts too much power in the hands of claimants.

Now, YouTube is responding. The video site has announced a change that will allow uploaders whose videos receive Content ID claims to accrue ad revenue on those videos as they contest the claims against them.

Source: YouTube To Change Content ID Policy To Let Creators Profit From Disputed Videos – Tubefilter

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