Georgette uploads a video that includes a mashup of several songs, including a hit single by Artist B. Content ID claims Georgette’s video on behalf of Artist B’s record label. Georgette disputes the claim, and the label reinstates it. Georgette still doesn’t believe the claim is valid and responds. How could you best describe this claim scenario?

(A) User-uploaded claim that the user has appealed.

(B) User-uploaded claim that the claimant has appealed.

(C) Partner-uploaded claim that the user has disputed.

(D) Partner-uploaded claim that the claimant has disputed.

Explanation

This claim scenario can be best described as a User-uploaded claim that the user has appealed.

User-uploaded content (also known as User Generated Content, or UGC for short), is uploaded to channels that you don’t own. For user-uploaded content, Content ID automatically claims videos that match a partner’s reference material.

YouTube applies the partner match policy and notifies the user who uploaded the video. When reviewing these claims in Content ID, you can playback the matching content to confirm your claim is proper.

Conclusion

This question is a part of the YouTube Music Rights Management Certification Exam. You can get answers to all the questions asked in this exam on our YouTube Music Rights Management Certification Assessment Answers page.

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