Someone submitted a copyright claim on a video I made four years ago. It has about 2K views. Just a personal video. It was a gear demonstration video, and I recorded a 20 second bit of an AC/DC song. Of course I disputed the claim, but they make you sign your name, so the claimant, who I have no idea who they are, will have my name. My YT identity is no longer anonymous which could pose security risks. There are tons of AC/DC vids on youtube with MILLIONS of views, some probably by copyright owner, others probably illegal. Who would file a copyright claim on a 4 year old gear review video with only 2K views? What is disconcerting about this is that the copyright holder has carte blanch to make claims against music that isn't theirs. I wonder what level of vetting youtube does on the copyright holder's side. Its probably just a batch script that analyzes music in videos and flags them for big businesses.