Your video "'Web' by The Rains", may have content that is owned or licensed by IODA, but it’s still available on YouTube! In some cases, ads may appear next to it.
This claim is not penalising your account status. Visit your Copyright Notice page for more details on the policy applied to your video.
- The YouTube Team
Their system appears to have generated this because I've used IODA as an aggregator to sell this tune, and IODA have submitted it to YouTube's audio fingerprinting service, and that has picked up that a (slightly mangled VHS dub of a 2 minute excerpt of it) appears in the song's promo video (which I'd put on YouTube myself).
I guess I'm mildly surprised that fingerprinting worked to the extent that their system would auto-generate that message!
Anyways, it meant I had to click on some thing on my YouTube account page and fill in a "copyright dispute" form... which included a field for free text which looks like it will be read by an actual human, not a fingerprint robot, where I explained that I am the rights holder and IODA simply have a non-exclusive license to flog the audio.
I wonder what they'll come back with? "This claim does not affect your account status." it says...