Content ID Strikes Again!


For the third time on the same video, YouTube’s Content ID program has informed me that I have infringed on the copyright of others.

Due to the amount of such claims, I have developed a thorough explanation to be sent to each owner of said “infringed content” :

The content used within this video, and my other videos, are from loops provided by the Apple Corporation within their garage band application. These loops, Apple has stated, may be used without infringement ramifications with the stipulation that they are not used in their original form and sold as loops (for full legal terms, see terms of use). Without inspiration from music, videos, etc. I developed my videos from loops in a creative, legal manner, as permitted by Apple. The mistaken content ID match is likely generated due to Apple’s loops within the video, as has occurred with the other cases where my videos have been identified as matching copyrighted content, when in fact they are consisting of these loops mentioned. I thank YouTube and Google for their dedication to protecting the rights of their respective owners, as I too am a copyright holder. However, I would greatly appreciate if a distinction could be made with Garage Band loops, as those who use them as properly stipulated are not in violation copyright.

(Prior Claims were Released)

 

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Posted on 06/12/2012, in Post-A-Day {2011}, Post-A-Day {2012}, Technology and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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