When someone reports copyright infringement before the content is even online

When someone reports copyright infringement before the content is even online
It happened to a YouTube user who, before even being able to do his live broadcast, found himself being banned by the platform for infringement of copyright on behalf of Warner Bros. A ban that includes the suspension of his live broadcasts for three months, not generated by an algorithm, not due to an error, but by a user who manually entered the report on behalf of the manufacturer.

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