Just to clarify then:Two scenarios:
1.) The system lets you use fake info and it gets forwarded to them and they just have to sit on it (assuming the DMCA claims are fake, they would need to provide a real court order to move forward)
2.) Still assuming its a fake DMCA, the system detects you are using fake info and yeets your account. I have been through both of these.
The original DMCA complaint is identifying themselves as either the holder or third-party with intrests in the copy-written content, but if they also use fake info then good luck trying to do anything about it.
If person X makes DMCA takedown request against person Z and person Z files a successful counter-claim (be it with their real or a fake identity),will the initial takedown claim automatically be nullified and the only way for person X to proceed with a takedown request would be to acquire a court order (and thus be forced to reveal their identity),or will person X be able to file some sort of counter counter-claim before escalating it to the courts?
Does Youtube actually review counter-claims or do they assume that they are legitimate be default just like the DMCA strikes?