Post by elephantstone93 on Nov 25, 2019 18:34:19 GMT -5
So I went to the Sheffield gig and had a great night. Took a few videos. As always when I go to a gig I upload a couple to Facebook. I’m not one of them who spends the whole gig on my phone but I usually get about 10 mins of footage. Never had an issue before with uploading to Facebook.
So the day after Sheffield gig, I upload three clips. One of Gas Panic!, one of Columbia and one of Champagne Supernova. No issues with the first two, but Champagne Supernova I’ve received the following as a notification on Facebook:
“SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT - SME
Your video matches 38 seconds of music owned by Sony Music Entertainment - SME”
I was able to appeal this dispute and it was rejected. I now have 7 days to appeal the rejection. What is all this about? For the past 10 years I’ve been uploading clips from gigs to Facebook.
Do you reckon this is just an error or is this the future of live gig uploads?
Sorry if this is the wrong section. It probably is. Didn’t know where to put it.
This happened to me when I recreated the final scene of Breaking Bad with my cat with Baby Blue by Badfinger playing in the background. I ignored it and they never followed it up. It's never happened before even though I've often posted videos with copyrighted studio recordings playing in the background. I don't understand it when you can go on YouTube and pretty much find all of the copyrighted music in the whole world.