YouTube Content Ownership Assessment Answers 2019

  1. What three metrics can help you assess performance?
  2. What is a prerequisite to using SFTP or the Aspera Dropbox delivery method?
  3. Which upload method is recommended for uploading or updating a few videos per week?
  4. Which of the following is an asset type?
  5. Which is a benefit of filtering data for analysis?
  6. Which of the following is true of Content ID?
  7. How can an administrator exercise control over whether users can see revenue reports?
  8. If a content owner deactivates a reference file, it will:
  9. When is a user video scanned by Content ID to see if it matches any delivered reference material?
  10. What is a benefit of managing your content with SFTP or the Aspera Dropbox solution?
  11. What feature or filter can help you investigate why two videos of the same length have different audience retention metrics?
  12. In order to claim uploaded videos, what is the first step in the Content ID workflow for a partner, after verifying rights?
  13. Which two policy settings will activate the following: Monetize uploaded content on your channel and Track all user uploads?



  14. What form of expression is not subject to copyright?
  15. Why is it important to review potentially invalid reference content?
  16. Someone at your company is unfamiliar with how YouTube defines the term “asset.”? How would you describe it to them?
  17. You have an asset ownership conflict because you accidentally declared ownership for Canada. What should you do?
  18. What might make an account be eligible for access to Content Manager?
  19. Which metric can provide the best insights into channel performance?
  20. What form of expression is subject to copyright?
  21. Which kind of content is eligible as a Content ID reference file?
  22. Which pattern might channels that monetize content often see at the start of a new calendar year?
  23. Which watch time report will tell you where on the web viewers are finding your content?
  24. What is a method to create a reference file from a new or unclaimed video?
  25. How would you specify which types of advertisements YouTube displays for a video?
  26. Partner BritFlix owns a movie in the UK. Your company owns a TV show which features a clip from the movie and creates a reference. What should you do with your reference file?
  27. What are the implications of selecting the claim option “block outside ownership”?
  28. A partner decides to block user-uploaded videos. What happens to a user-uploaded video that matches the policy?
  29. What is an asset composed of?
  30. How would you explain a policy to a partner who wants to control their content on YouTube?
  31. What is a reason to update assets if your ownership rights change in some territories?
  32. Which of the following types of content should NEVER be enabled for matching?
  33. What is an example of a non-music asset type?



  34. Imagine you have a library of video content that you want to manage on YouTube. What steps would you take to protect your content on YouTube?
  35. After how many days does a pending claim expire?
  36. A partner chooses to reinstate a Content ID claim after it has been disputed by a user. The user appeals the reinstatement of the claim. What happens next?
  37. What are the implications of having the wrong match policy or no policy set on your assets?
  38. What can you do to avoid partner strikes for copyright violations?
  39. How does copyright apply to a cover song?
  40. What are the usage rights for music selected from YouTube’s Audio Library?
  41. A partner hosts a YouTube talk show called “Cat Chat.” One episode consists of the host’s 10-minute interview with a veterinarian, followed by a 5-minute reel of viral cat videos that were uploaded to YouTube by other users. The partner obtained a commercial use license from the uploaders to use their cat videos on “Cat Chat.” The “Cat Chat” host now wishes to use Content ID to monetize clips from the show. The partner should…
  42. A partner would like to organize its YouTube asset library into groups. Which feature would you recommend they use?
  43. How can the YouTube Copyright Center help you with copyright?
  44. Copyright protects original work. Which of the following is an example of a video that you may not be able to protect by copyright?
  45. If a Content ID claim is disputed, how much time does the claimant have to respond?
  46. A user disputes a claim, after which you review the video and decide it should be removed from YouTube for using your copyrighted content. What happens if you select “takedown”? On this disputed claim?
  47. You notice someone has uploaded a video to YouTube that you own. What’s required if you wish to request a copyright takedown?
  48. One of my favorite artists passes away and I want to upload her song in a tribute video. What should I consider first?
  49. A user disputes a claim, because the matched segment actually comes from public domain footage. What happens when you select “Release and Exclude” on this disputed claim?
  50. What is a translation of an existing work considered?
  51. What legal protection applies to brand names, mottos, and logos?
  52. If you need advice on an issue related to copyright law, whom should you ask?
  53. What is the benefit of a default usage policy?
  54. What are you allowed to do with content on YouTube that has a Creative Commons license?
  55. Which two policies would enable you to monetize all user-uploaded videos, but make partner-uploaded videos unavailable on your channel?
  56. A copyright takedown has been retracted by the copyright owner. What happens as a result?
  57. Two partners have a reference overlap. What happens if the second partner to deliver the reference file selects “Assert Exclusive Rights”?
  58. Imagine someone uploads a video to YouTube with copyrighted material. If the copyright owner sets a policy to block user uploads, what happens?
  59. How do copyright laws apply internationally?
  60. What is a claim?
  61. Which of the following things can be protected by copyright?
  62. Your company has given another party the right to use your content in their videos. How would you prevent an automated Content ID claim from happening on their channel?
  63. Why is it important for you to choose references carefully?
  64. A partner owns the rights to a video in Spain, but not other regions. They upload the video to their YouTube channel, but aren’t sure what settings to apply. What would you recommend they do?
  65. What should you do if you find a YouTube video showing harmful or dangerous acts?
  66. You see a video on YouTube that includes short clips from a copyrighted work. How can you evaluate whether fair use (or fair dealing) applies?
  67. What is an effective strategy for avoiding copyright issues on YouTube?
  68. How does YouTube handle valid infringement notifications from copyright owners?
  69. When should you seek permission to use copyrighted work?
  70. An automated Content ID claim is made for a user-uploaded video, and the user who uploaded the video disputes the claim. As the copyright owner of the video, what option would you choose if you no longer wish to assert your rights on the disputed content?
  71. How does copyright apply to a movie review video?
  72. What do you need to use somebody’s copyrighted work in your video?
  73. How can content owners benefit from copyright management on YouTube?
  74. A user disputes a claim for music playing in the background of their video. What happens to this disputed claim if you select “Reinstate”?
  75. What happens if a disputed claim is left in your queue for more than 30 days?
  76. Imagine a copyright takedown notice was mistakenly issued for content uploaded to YouTube. Which party may retract the notice?
  77. A user disputes a claim, citing fair use/dealing guidelines. What happens if you select “Release” on this disputed claim?
  78. What happens if YouTube’s system detects a low confidence match?
  79. Which accurately describes how copyright applies to a remix or mashup?
  80. While reviewing disputes, you see a disputed claim from an uploader who has obtained a valid license. What should you do?
  81. Which of the following is a factor when U.S. courts analyze fair use?
  82. What could happen if you have indistinct content in your reference?
  83. How does YouTube help manage the rights for content you upload to the platform?
  84. Who can grant you permission to use portions of another video you saw on YouTube?
  85. You’ve delivered a reference file that contains identical audio, video, or audiovisual material as a reference file previously delivered by another partner. What is the result?
  86. Which watch time report will tell you where on the web viewers are watching your content?
  87. While reviewing disputes, you see a disputed claim made because of a match to a short clip of non-exclusive content included in your otherwise valid reference file. What is the best action for you to take?
  88. Which accurately describes how copyright applies to a cover song?
  89. What option is available to all copyright owners to request removal of infringing content?
  90. What section of CMS provides access to YouTube’s automated tools for rights management?
  91. When two partners each add worldwide ownership to a non-music asset, with Monetize policies, what happens to that asset?
  92. What is the final step when using the Package uploader?
  93. What are three dimensions that can provide insight into the sources of watch time?
  94. A partner decides to claim user-uploaded videos with a Track policy. What data on the video will the partner have access to?
  95. When is copyright attached to a creative work?
  96. YouTube receives a legal notice to take down a video uploaded by a creator without the copyright owner’s permission. What will the creator receive?
  97. Partner A and Partner B deliver reference files with some overlapping content. On the Reference overlaps page, Partner B selects “Exclude”?. What happens to user videos that match only the excluded portion?