YouTube is seeking to clear up some of the confusion over its copyright rules. The video site said it’s important for creators accused of a violation to understand where the supposed infringement occurred and what the next steps are. “Starting today, we will require copyright owners to provide timestamps to indicate exactly where their content appears in videos … and we’re improving our video editing tools in Creator Studio to make it easier for creators to remove the content associated with these claims,” Julian Bill, YouTube product manager, wrote in a blog post Tuesday. If you think someone has used some of your content without permission (and YouTube’s Content ID didn’t catch it), you’ll still use Manual Claim, a tool in Content ID, but now it’ll be more specific. From there, YouTube will evaluate the accuracy of the assertion. With the updated editing tools, creators can mute the segment in question, remove a violating song or trim out content. If creators think a claim is incorrect, YouTube lets them dispute it. Now playing: Watch this: Finding stuff on YouTube to get easier, Note 10 pics… 6:06 iOS 13 comes with new Siri voice, dark mode, privacy features: All the new software Apple will soon deliver to your iPhone. We tested 5G speeds in 13 cities. Here’s what we found: Faster speed versus more coverage. That’s the most important issue for 5G networks today.