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Published on Apr 27, 2013
I've seen many angry YouTubers on various blogs and forums claiming that YouTube's policy of expiring copyright strikes after six months is bogus.
We took some before and after footage of a YouTube account with a single copyright strike. The before footage was taken two days before the strike was due for expiration (as according to YouTube) and the after footage was taken the day after the six month expiry date.
Specific account/file information is blacked out to avoid the possibility of infringing on YouTube's terms and conditions.