Facebook now lets Pages make money from people who steal their videos


Video piracy is pretty rampant on Facebook. No, not in the sense that you can download the latest episode of your favorite show, but rather that videos are shared – and ad revenue gained – without proper attribution. Facebook introduced the Rights Manager last year to help combat some of this, but creators would have to manually take action every time a video was matched, which would be a pain if your video gets pirated by multiple sources. Starting today, Facebook is letting creators automate actions so that they can prevent pirated content from spreading more quickly. Creators now have…

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