YouTube‘s copyright safety system has some significantly evident flaws — and as a substitute falling sufferer to the system, one content material creator is combating again. TheFatRat has initiated a petition to repair YouTube’s copyright safety system, which in a single day has garnered over 20,000 signatures and counting.
Recently, the YouTuber had one his hottest movies stolen from him. An unknown firm by the title Ramjets made a copyright declare and YouTube didn’t ask questions earlier than revoking the true proprietor’s rights. So, TheFatRat’s video with over 47 million views continues to make $three,000 per thirty days for an obvious fraud.
According to TheFatRat, YouTube mentioned, “they don’t mediate copyright disputes and I've to resolve the difficulty with the claimant.” Of course, Ramjets has did not return his emails — in order that was a useless finish.
Perhaps this occurred to TheFatRat so he might convey extra consideration to the difficulty, although clearly that wasn’t the unique intent. Through his petition, TheFatRat and 20,000+ extra folks demand YouTube to “deal with claimants and the content material creators equally as a substitute assuming claims are at all times right” and “take away claims when they're clearly false.”