Google mutes YouTube Videos for copyright violations

Google is taking a new approach toward copyright violations on YouTube Videos by removing only the audio tracks. If YouTube starts being thorough about this, you can expect to see a significant percentage of all YouTube videos muted, writes Stan Schroeder.
Google is taking a new approach toward copyright violations on YouTube Videos by removing only the audio tracks. If YouTube starts being thorough about this, you can expect to see a significant percentage of all YouTube videos muted, writes Stan Schroeder.

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