I think I need your help. I am not a Content Creator on Youtube, but something was brought to my attention that I wanted to share with you.
A few years ago I made some small scores and uploaded them to Freesound.org under a Creative Commons license (this one in this example: freesound.org/people/Airwolf89/sounds/346455/) It was received well and a few people used it in Youtube Videos.
Today I received a mail and I was told that someone who used my score in his video got copyright claimed. The claim referenced this video www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyDol1vEWXo This is obviously just some audio things smashed together randomly, propably by a bot or something.
What I found interesting is the "Auto-generated by YouTube" comment in the video description.
I don't really know what to do with that. My work is licensed under Creative Commons, so I'm fine that people use it for free, but I don't want that people are copyright claimed through it. Also people have the impression that Youtube created these videos automatically and know try scam people with it. I don't know what really happened here, but either way I think it's bad.
What can I do? Should I copyright claim this video? Or is there something else I could do so other people can use my stuff freely?