Consider how to set copyright / ask publisher
Created by: alyssaoc
@kauffj commented on Tue May 15 2018
Some publishers do not wish to retain copyright or wish to publish under creative commons or similar.
If this information is available via YouTube, we should match it.
If not, we should ask but provide a sane default (e.g. it could be on the lbry.io/youtube/token status page).
When publishing, fetch
status.licensefrom youtube api (https://developers.google.com/youtube/v3/docs/videos#status.license). If license is
creativeCommon, publish under the creative commons license (check which one youtube uses and use the same). If its
youtube, do whatever we do now.
- add a note on the youtube/token page explaining how we'll be setting the license on published content, and tell the user to email us if they want a different treatment for their content. use our support email
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