Whose ox is being gored?

I’ve been taking a break from this blog for three months.  Back in the saddle again.

“Video Creators Frustrated by Facebook,” The Wall Street Journal, April 1, 2016, B5.  on.wsj.com/25B9HXn Videos posted to YouTube end up on Facebook, denying the content creators the revenue stream from views of the video. The process for forcing the take-down of the infringing copies takes too long to provide useful relief.

Freebooters are a problem, but does this make YouTube a less-desirable platform for posting your videos if you want ad revenue?  What responsibility does Facebook have?  Is take-down sufficient?

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