YouTube has tightened its rules on copyright infringement. According to the new decision, channels that have received copyright violations 3 times within 90 days will be closed.
US-based technology company Google’s video service Google has made a decision that closely concerns publishers.
According to the news in Business Insider, YouTube announced that it has tightened its rules on copyright infringement.
According to the said statement, channels that receive violation warnings 3 times within 90 days will be completely removed from the platform.
Under the new rules, if a channel receives a violation notice, it will not be able to upload any videos for a week.
If the same channel receives the second violation notice within 90 days, it will not be able to post any videos on YouTube for two weeks.
If the same channel receives the third violation within 90 days, the channel will be completely removed from YouTube.
According to the statement, although the channel removes the violation video in question, the warning it received will continue to be counted.