(Ray Fava – Evangelical Dark Web) YouTube is the largest video platform in the world and creators are an emerging threat to legacy media corporations. Ironically, instead of leveraging their creators against other mediums of entertainment, YouTube has given legacy media favorable treatment on its platform. The way that copyright works on YouTube eventually boils down to court action over copyright disputes. But the process in order to get there is rife with flaws that hurt independent creators.
Recently CBS News filed fraudulent copyright claims in order to remove Christian YouTube channels who reported and commented on Bart Barber’s 60 Minute interview. When uploading a video to YouTube, it gets run through an algorithm that content IDs the upload prior to publish. However, manual claims can be filed. Such channels with manual claims filed against them include Evangelical Dark Web and Conversations That Matter.
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