Then, the big labels representing the musicians put the videos with their music on YouTube “marked” – that’s what the videos said “Contains content protected by copyright” with that. Simon Desue barely earned anything from his clips because the record labels took the money for the views.
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Now, however, the record companies seem to be fed up and want those videos to not be on YouTube at all. Videos of a YouTuber can be annotated three times with the tag, then the channel disappears. But Simon Desue already has more than 60 videos on his channel that have been “tagged.” And that’s why it very well could be that the YouTuber channel is being removed. His management tries to find a solution, but if the record labels insist, there is nothing they can do.