YouTube says copyright claims must be more specific

CNET | 7/10/2019 | Shelby Brown
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YouTube needs a time stamp to weigh a claim.

YouTube is seeking to clear up some of the confusion over its copyright rules. The video site said it's important for creators accused of a violation to understand where the supposed infringement occurred and what the next steps are.

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"Starting today, we will require copyright owners to provide timestamps to indicate exactly where their content appears in videos ... and we're improving our video editing tools in Creator Studio to make it easier for creators to remove the content associated with these claims," Julian Bill, YouTube product manager, wrote in a blog post Tuesday.

If you think someone has used some of your content without permission (and YouTube's Content ID...
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