Previously, Google accounts with Community Guidelines strikes, copyright strikes or Content ID blocks would lose access to a set of account features and programmes.
We've made changes to how this works, so read below for changes in how Community Guidelines strikes, copyright strikes and Content ID blocks may affect your Google account.
If you receive a copyright strike or a Community Guidelines strike, you will still have access to most YouTube features and programmes. However, account strikes may affect your ability to monetise your channel. If you don't have access to certain features, you may need to verify your account.
Keep these guidelines in mind:
- If you receive a strike on an active live stream or archived live stream, your live stream access may be disabled. Learn about live stream restrictions.
- If you get three strikes, your YouTube channel will be terminated.
- Deleting videos will not clear your strikes. Learn how to resolve copyright strikes or appeal Community Guidelines strikes.
- A video can receive multiple Content ID claims or takedown requests, but can only receive one copyright strike at a time.
If you're having issues, learn how to get help as a YouTube Creator.