Copyright is an important topic for the YouTube community. Below, you can find out how to manage your rights on YouTube and learn more about respecting the rights of others.
The easiest way to notify YouTube of alleged copyright infringement is via our webform.
If you believe your video was removed by mistake, you can submit a counter notification webform.
Have a copyright strike? Learn why, and the best way to resolve it.
YouTube honors cancellations of copyright claims from the party that originally submitted them.
If you get a Content ID claim that you believe is invalid, you can dispute that claim.
View your copyright and Community Guidelines status.
Check out what’s protected by copyright and how copyright is different from other forms of intellectual property.
Take a look at how some copyright-protected material is detected on YouTube, and what you can do if you get a claim.
Explore the ins and outs of a tool used by content owners to identify and claim their content in YouTube videos.
Read up on the law and conditions that allow for the use of excerpts from copyrighted material.
Learn about a special type of license that allows content to be re-used (with certain requirements).