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How to deal with YouTube “Matched third-party content”

Posted by Per Kiilstofte on June 27, 2015 @ 16:21

On YouTube you’re subject to having your uploaded videos scanned by a fingerprinting system, known as Content ID. Content ID tries to identify third party copyrighted content and if the uploaded video matches a known fingerprint, your video is flagged as “Matched third-party content”. Starting July 2015, we will be utilizing the Content ID system […]

Why the Change? : Plagiarism & The Path to Content ID

Posted by Per Kiilstofte on June 6, 2015 @ 02:15

2015 started with a bit of a wake up call for the many YouTube channel owners who used my “Rallying the Defense” on their videos as they started receiving copyright claims from Horus Music Limited. According to Horus Music, who added the track to YouTube’s Content ID system, Davide Anselmi and Hans Zimmer composed the […]