Vanishing YouTube videos: Google expects AI errors as coronavirus empties offices

By Paresh Dave

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A.I. F.A.I.L.

They put the 'AI" in F'AI'L.

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Another excuse for more Tube censorship.

Luckily, there are alternatives, but only Tube/Google has the advertising money, so alas many people depend on it.

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Isn't it the same with Twitter and FaceBook?

I have my own video channel but sometimes I get these copyright claims against me. A company in Spain claimed copyright on one of my video's and YouTube suspended it. Three strikes and you are out.

I actually emailed the Spanish company who claimed it was an error and informed YouTube. They wanted to earn money off my work.

YouTube restored my video.

Anyone can claim copyright without any proof.

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