Effective content moderation at scale - is there really a problem? A quick examination of statistics on YouTube suggest that copyright infringement is a massive problem on the platform, not just in numerical terms but as a proportion of the content it serves.
In order to find an effective remedy to the problem, we need to understand the causes of the problem from a legal and technological perspective.
Effective content moderation at scale - non-algorithmic measures. There is a lot of talk about 'upload filters', but a lot can be done without any automation at all, or to help alongside the automation.
Effective content moderation at scale - algorithmic measures. Although often disparaged as "upload filters", mainly due to YouTube's blunt application of them, they are capable of operating much more effectively if used correctly - and some of these technologies are available very cheaply, even for free.