If you get a copyright strike against your YouTube account for uploading and publishing copyrighted content, you’ll be penalized pretty heavily by having features removed from your account, restrictions applied, and more. Sometimes these copyright violations are accidental or have good intentions, so assuming you didn’t maliciously violate copyright law, how can you remove the copyright strike against your YouTube account?
There’s 3 ways, actually. Here’s how to remove copyright strikes.
Here’s YouTube’s support article that outlines how to remove a copyright strike from your YouTube account. Most of this video is taken from this article, so if you want to go straight to the source, there ya go.