YouTube is changing its algorithms in a bid to cut down on invalid copyright infringement claims on its video-sharing site. The site, a subsidiary of Google, said Oct. 3 it will begin to manually review some claims rather than its system automatically blocking disputed footage. The changes come about a month after algorithms mistakenly flagged a speech by First Lady Michelle Obama shortly after it aired. YouTube’s system automatically put a copyright blocking message on the clip. YouTube launched Content ID five years ago to help users manage their content when it appears on the site. Read the full story here: http://www.sitepronews.com/2012/10/04/youtube-changes-copyright-algorithms/ I could have used this just last week when I put a completely legitimate video up and it got flagged and blocked in a matter of seconds.