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🔎 FAQ: Copyright strikes and how to appeal 0 Recommended Answers 0 Replies 4 Upvotes
Last edited 12/6/18
If you get a copyright strike, it means your video was taken down because we received a valid legal request from the copyright owner.
There are a few ways to resolve a copyright strike:
- You can wait for it to expire
- Get a retraction
- Submit a counter notification.
Things to keep in mind:
- Deleting a video with a strike won’t resolve the strike and we can’t process disputes if the video is deleted.
- You cannot monetize with a copyright strike.
- Note that copyright strikes are different from Content ID claims.
Learn more Copyright strike basics (and what you can do about them) in our Help Center.
If you need help on what to do next, check out our copyright troubleshooter.
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