Hi all Is it just me or are fake copyright claims becoming a real pain for anyone with a music or gaming channel? Copyright ownership is always going to be grey area for these sort of niches & therefore, it's easy for competing channels to register a fake domain / email, claim copyright on a video & file a dmca complaint. If you know it's fake, then calling their bluff & submitting a counter claim is pretty straightforward, because luckily, you don't have to prove YOU own the copyright, you just have to dispute that THEY own the copyright. Unfortunately, the hard bit is determining if the claim is fake or not, because if you're not 100% certain .. you're going to get your ass sued. I'm getting tired of building up a channel (to the point where it starts to get noticed) only to watch it crash & burn in a matter of weeks, due to (mostly) fake dmca complaints. So ... does anyone know of a way of looking into these copyright strikes to determine whether they're fake or not? ... It's a really difficult when YouTube just give you the name & email of the claimant & it (kind of) sounds like someone from a record or gaming company, but you're never really sure!?! Answer on a postcard please .. & thanks for any help. Fuzzy.