Explained to Google that it will begin activating the new tool in the next week for accounts with more than 100,000 subscribers.
Of the phenomena of Bad on YouTube you find a successful or even popular published by media outlets known, spends a short time but has re-published on the website by others, in order that the quantum of the sheer number of views that will be determined by that content.
It is curious to find that same video won a number of consultations on the channels of the external exceeds the number of views on the channels of the original manifold. But anyway, it seems that Google found a way to solve that is the problem.
The company announced yesterday the launch of a new tool, called Copyright Match is designed to help the owners of original content to find the videos of their own which was lifted to the site by others.
To ensure the problem does not occur, such as someone quoting a small clip from another video to introduce you, the new tool doesn’t only monitor the videos that are equivalent to fully lifted and not clips of them. This provides the condition that you’re the one who uploaded the video.
After finding videos stolen, the utility will give you several options, such as not to do something, or to get in touch with the owner of the channel, or to ask Google to remove the video from the site.
In the case of a request to remove the video, Google is going to do it after 7 days after to inform the owner of the channel and it may remove the video yourself. This company has developed several factors to take advantage of the new tool, such as you be the owner of the exclusive rights of the video, not that you upload a public video.
Google explained that it will begin activating the new tool in the next week for accounts with more than 100,000 subscribers.
What do you think about new feature of Google? Do you think they would address the problem of speed on YouTube? Let me know in the comments.
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