Fast-paced, dynamic, and proactive, YouTube’s Trust & Safety team is dedicated to making YouTube a safe place for users, viewers, and content creators around the world to belong, create, and express themselves. Whether understanding and solving their online content concerns, navigating within global legal frameworks, or writing and enforcing worldwide policy, the Trust & Safety team is on the frontlines of enhancing the YouTube experience, building internet safety, and protecting free speech in our ever-evolving digital world.
As a Copyright Analyst for the Copyright Operations team, you will analyze huge sets of data and support scaled systems of review to manage those challenges. Your technical work will empower us to enhance the efficiency and accuracy of our copyright compliance program, resolve unique legal challenges at the cutting edge of internet and copyright law, scale and streamline complex workflows, and support and educate internal stakeholders. You will balance the short term requirements we face while seeing the big picture and making quantitatively based long-term recommendations accordingly. In this role, you may need to review graphic, controversial, and sometimes offensive video content during team escalations in line with YouTube’s Community Guidelines.
At YouTube, we believe that everyone deserves to have a voice, and that the world is a better place when we listen, share, and build community through our stories. We work together to give everyone the power to share their story, explore what they love, and connect with one another in the process. Working at the intersection of cutting-edge technology and boundless creativity, we move at the speed of culture with a shared goal to show people the world. We explore new ideas, solve real problems, and have fun — and we do it all together.
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