Long story short, I use my channel to stream live events (all original content). Yesterday I got a copyright content strike for an even I setup (which didn't even begin streaming yet) from a company called Aiplex Software Private Limited. When you search them up it appears a lot of people get these from them for no valid reason.
WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY?
I have streamed over 3000 videos to YouTube and then some random company based on a word in title of the streaming event can block you before you go live without even verifying what the content will be.
Now you can dispute it but that takes a minimum of 10 days, which is not good as I use t to stream daily. Even if you wait the 10 days they may not even respond and the strike will stand for 3 months until it clears then the service will be re-enabled.
Are there any content creators who can help get in touch with someone at YouTube? as clearly the small guy isn't worthy of email services lol.