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Ludwig’s livestream was interrupted by a copyright warning days after joining YouTube.

Just three days after Ludwig Ahgren left his large Twitch fan base for YouTube, he was hit with what he thought was a suspension from the platform. According to a report by Kotaku, Ahgren was playing other YouTube videos during his broadcast, when he landed on the infamous catchy Baby shark song. His broadcast was closed shortly thereafter, giving his viewers, and himself, the impression that he was banned for violating YouTube’s copyright policies.

Yet Ahgren was not hit with a copyright strike or suspension. “Ludwig was not suspended,” said Lauren Verrusio, YouTube creator and consumer communications director. The edge. “Our Content ID tool detected you playing an unlicensed video while it was live streaming to fans.”

The whole incident was just a case of confusion. “If Ludwig had stopped reproducing the copyrighted material, he could have continued the live broadcast without any problems,” explained Verrusio. “But he wasn’t sure what he was seeing on the backend and he thought it was a suspension.”

Ludwig addressed the incident in a video on your secondary channel, in which he interprets the warning as a prohibition. “I’m pretty sure the corporate gentlemen who own Baby shark They have, like, an iron fist on YouTube, and that’s why they took me down. “Verrusio notes that YouTube is in contact with Ahgren to explain the copyright rules of the platform, and that Ludwig plans to get back online today.

The DMCA, or the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, has caused problems on all live streaming and video sharing platforms, with creators unknowingly getting deleted and demonetized videos for having copyrighted material. Earlier this year, Twitch released a tool that makes it easy to remove old videos containing copyrighted music, and later issued a wave of copyright warnings in response to DMCA complaints. Like Twitch, YouTube also operates on a three strike policy – rack up three copyright violations and you are permanently banned. To help soften the blow from the DMCA, YouTube began telling creators if their content contains copyrighted material. before your videos are published.

As Ludwig becomes more familiar with his new broadcast hub, his mistakes are likely to go unnoticed. He currently has 2.19 million subscribers on YouTube, with more than his remaining fanbase on Twitch likely reaching out.

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