Melanie’s company owns an asset in North America, but she figures she should claim ownership worldwide to maximize ad revenue from the asset. Why is this a bad idea?

Here is the answer to this question: Melanie’s company owns an asset in North America, but she figures she should claim ownership worldwide to maximize ad revenue from the asset. Why is this a bad idea?

  • Because YouTube will automatically block videos containing the asset in the territories outside of North America.
  • Because claiming ownership in territories where they don’t own the asset could lead to bad claims and the termination of the company’s partnership with YouTube.
  • Because YouTube will automatically monetize videos containing the asset in North America.
  • None of the above.

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