YouTube Gave Creators a Little Cushion on Copyright Claims via Its Manual Claiming System

The new policy covers ‘very short or unintentional uses of music’

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YouTube said that starting in mid-September, copyright owners using its manual claiming tool can no longer monetize videos by creators with “very short or unintentional uses of music.”

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