Youtube Support

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Vox0ut, Aug 31, 2015.

  1. Vox0ut

    Vox0ut Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I just published some videos on my relatively new channel.
    Those were originnaly video all created by me and violating no terms of use.

    Now 2 of them got almost instantly striked by community guidelines.

    Is there a youtube support I can call or write an email to that will help me?

    Both were historical educational videos, they got striked like 2 mins after publishing thats not fair .__.
    I appealed one strike already but it wont let me appeal against the other one within next 60 days.
     
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  2. foxkoneko

    foxkoneko Regular Member

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    what was the strike about? You can try to dispute it
     
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  3. molibwe

    molibwe Regular Member

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    This happens pretty often nowadays.
    I think youtube has set an algorithm that filters some keywords and automatically take down video uploaded with those keywords.
    Try to upload the video using other keyword than educational ones.
     
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  4. moonshine7000

    moonshine7000 Supreme Member

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    -Youtube antispam algorithm autoflagging your video based on keywords like("cracks,keygens,leaked movies etc ") so it looks like a community strike.
     
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  5. Vox0ut

    Vox0ut Registered Member

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    It didn't say a reason other than my videos are inappropriate. I had a pretty long description so I guess it found some words in there which are against tos
    and they took them down.

    I appealed aginst it now I think they let the strike go, thanks everyone for clearifying :)