YouTube has announced that they have removed the 15 min limit for video uploads for some users and will be rolling this out gradually to other users. The video length limit was originally imposed to mitigate copyright infringements; but YouTube’s introduction of its Content-ID technology had made it possible to automatically identify copyrighted content, thus rendering the 15min limit as a copyright counter-measure unnecessary.
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