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I recently created a video in iMovie that I later uploaded to YT. I had a message from YT a day later saying that the music I used in my video was detected as 3rd party content. I used music found in the music and sound effect section. What happened?

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I recently created a video in iMovie that I later uploaded to YT. I had a message from YT a day later saying that the music I used in my video was detected as 3rd party content. I used music found in the music and sound effect section. The artist is listed as Apple Inc. What happened?

 

 

This is the message I received:

 

Your video may include the following copyrighted content:

Disputed claims

 

What does this mean?

After your dispute has been submitted, your video will soon be available on YouTube without ads for third parties. This is a temporary status and might change at any time.Learn more about copyright on YouTube.

iMac, iOS 6.0.1, YouTube claims possible copyright

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