Launching Content ID first at five years ago, the video sharing site YouTube has announced a number of updates to the program, including improved detection for Content ID, and an appeal process for its copyright claims. Starting with going back in history, five years back, YouTube created Content ID to protect users who put on content and/or create content from copyright infringement, but as things commonly happened, videos from time to time being mistakenly targeted. In order to resolve such kind of acts, YouTube now introduced an appeals process, letting users to take copyright disputes at whole new stage, in the case if they found that they being rejected by content owners. In order to make this happen, users need to files an appeal with content owners has got two options: release the claims or file a formal DMCA notification.
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