Top 10 Reasons Why YouTube's Copyright System is Broken
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You can even lie about owning something and send a copyright strike, youtube will immediately give you the rights and revenue. How unfair is that.
Such as the infamous Sam Pepper example... of him claiming/ striking videos mentioning him.
Mr Enter,The Nostalgia Critic and IHE has made videos that got clamed for no reason - christangrant
Basically makes the claim pointless - christangrant
Respond* Another typo.
One thing I always hated about Nintendo they copyright clam everything that says Mario they even tried to copyright stike people who play Minecraft on Wii U even though Minecraft is owned by Microsoft and they allow their games to be played on youtube - christangrant
Especially if it's from a big Japanese company like Sony or Nintendo.
I'm quite sure those "Big corporations" do not understand fair use.
Hollywood are greedy asses they don't know what fair use is because they are dumb and don't read the laws of Fair use - christangrant
*Not in It's Entireity* Another typo.
If you have a YT channel yourself then you'll know what I'm talking about.
*Typo* I meant to say Hit with.
One time a Youtuber got copyright clamed for talking about a movie he didn't show one clip of the movie in his video - christangrant
Yeah... no explantation needed.
That's barely better then 3 strikes.
Really? So now they changed it to 4? I didn't know that!
Especiailly if it's from Sony... then good luck.
Which takes a few seconds but still it's kind of broken because even after you finish you still have to remove the strike which is a pain in the ass.
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2. Half of the claims/strikes are either false or submitted by bots
3. Even if the copyrighted product isn't shown in it's entirety you can still get copyright strikes/claims