youtube.jpgIPNews® – YouTube LLC on Wednesday announced it is making changes to its Content ID copyright enforcement system to improve the appeals process for users targeted for infringement and takedown claims, as well as the technology that detects unintentional claims and matches copyrighted content to videos uploaded.

Users will now have an extra stage of appeal available to them if faced with Content ID claims. The Google Inc. subsidiary also adjusted the algorithms that identify potentially invalid Content ID claims and the system that identifies copyright owners’ content. To continue reading, click: YouTube Tweaks Content ID Copyright Enforcement System