A word of advice: emailing us nothing but a link to a video and saying “this video is in violation” is entirely useless. If you want to help, then please put in the work that will actually reduce the workload of others.
This is what a proper copyright violation report looks like:
1. Copyright Infringement Notification
What is the issue?
Copyright infringement (Someone copied my creation)
2. Copyright infringement – Who is affected?
My company, organization, or client
3. Videos to be removed
∗ URL of allegedly infringing video to be removed:
Describe the work allegedly infringed:
∗ The YouTube URL of my original video:
∗ Where does the content appear?
Where does your work appear in the targeted video?
Where does it appear in your source video?
Note that without the timestamps from BOTH the original and the violating video, the lawyers cannot submit the copyright infringement notification. So, if you’re not going to provide that, there is no point in providing anything.
I understand people are simply trying to help. But the key word there is “trying”, as it is vital to understand that actual help requires REDUCING the burden upon others, not INCREASING it. Which is why just bringing something to someone’s attention cannot reasonably be described as helping.