I noticed that uploading content on YouTube which is not immediately recognized as copyrighted by someone else on the platform, creators become subsceptible to get copyright strikes out of the blue.
The same does not happen when YouTube already knows who's the original content owner, thus making extremely dangerous for creators to fairly use someone's else content which is not already on the platform.
For example one could get three copyright strikes in a week and get his channel closed without any appeal. I already saw this happening to many good, polite creators.
So I was wondering if it was possible to have the uploader reporting fair usage as soon as the video gets processed.