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Youtube recognized birdsongs as "copyrighted material"


It seems that the pattern analysis algorithms have glitches on Youtube. Even worse, the current system of arbitration does not allow them to fix it.

Youtube-user eeplox tells us that he enjoys the wildlife shooting, typically in remote uninhabited areas. This is his hobby. He posts his captured nature videos on his Simple Living Youtube channel. And he specifically does not use any soundtracks, because he has heard about different stories, even when the videos with the free music were removed from Youtube website as a result of absurd claims of the right-holders.

But when the user uploaded a video with his last bird trills on Youtube, he received an automated message that his video includes the copyrighted materials owned by the studio Rumblefish, therefore the appropriate notice and reference to the Rumblefish studio site will be placed to the video. Take notice that the Rumblefish is a new generation studio that specializes in selling soundtracks for Youtube.

The disturbed user disputed the claim and filled out the appropriate application to the Rumblefish studio, but he has gotten this response: “All content owners have reviewed your video and confirmed their claims to some or all of its content”.
KlauS 28 february 2012, 20:10
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