Videos uploaded to YouTube are scanned against a database of files that have been submitted to us by content owners. Copyright owners get to decide what happens when content in a video on YouTube matches a work they own. When this happens, the video gets a Content ID claim. This claim is completely normal and doesn’t prevent the uploader to put the video up. It just means that your content is being identified and that revenues are collected for you.
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