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If a video gets reported and removed, even though that video is not inappropriate, what is the best way to contact YouTube on the issue? I saw this page but I have not seen a way to contact them on this issue.

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I just found this on a Google forum: When you get that warning there is an option to have YouTube re-review it. The option is still there to do that. Click on your name then Settings → Manage Account, then go to where you have the warning. –  Alex Aug 19 '12 at 12:24
    
@Alex the person who got this issue can't do this account for 2 weeks, someone has bullied him by report his video repeatedly. –  Sarawut Positwinyu Aug 19 '12 at 12:37
    
Check this out. –  Alex Aug 19 '12 at 12:45

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This is a rather old article, but might help you nevertheless.

In the meantime, if you have content on YouTube that mysteriously vanishes, Google sent me a list of steps, which I've amended here, that you can follow to send a query to the right place:

  1. Go to the Safety Center (link at the bottom of every page).
  2. Click on the radio button "Community Guidelines Violations."
  3. Click on Account Suspensions (right-hand corner). You will get a message that says "Read about inappropriate content"
  4. Click on Contact Us, then Video Removal, then Video Removal Inquiry, then Learn more about video removals. From there the steps are clear.

Source.

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