A User Disputes A Claim, Because The Matched Segment Actually Comes From Public Domain Footage. What Happens When You Select “Release And Exclude” On This Disputed Claim?

A User Disputes A Claim, Because The Matched Segment Actually Comes From Public Domain Footage. What Happens When You Select “Release And Exclude” On This Disputed Claim?

  • Performance data is excluded from YouTube Analytics reports.
  • The claim is released and an exclusion on the underlying reference file is created.
  • Underlying reference data is removed to prevent future claims.
  • A legal takedown notice is issued to the user who uploaded the content.
A User Disputes A Claim, Because The Matched Segment Actually Comes From Public Domain Footage. What Happens When You Select “Release And Exclude” On This Disputed Claim?

A User Disputes A Claim, Because The Matched Segment Actually Comes From Public Domain Footage. What Happens When You Select “Release And Exclude” On This Disputed Claim?

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