YouTube warns users of potential music copyright issues

If you’re using a popular tune to compliment your YouTube footage, the service now has a way for you to check for possible copyright violations. The site used Content ID to monitor videos for quite some time, but there wasn’t a way to get ahead of issues prior to that final upload. As of today, you can peruse the YouTube Audio Library to see what’ll happen when you post a file containing a particular song. Details like the potential for ads to location restrictions and whether or not the owner can request it be taken down are served up for proper consideration. – Billy Steele,Engadget
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