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How to dispute a copyright claim on Facebook?
How to dispute a copyright claim on Facebook?
Updated over a week ago

Unlike YouTube Claims, Facebook has a less robust system that doesn't allow InVideo to help you with any Copyright claims but rather requires you, the video creator, to dispute any claims directly on your end.

You can dispute a copyright claim on Facebook, by filling out this form and letting them know that you are licensed through InVideo to use the audio track, by checking the box and adding the entire sentence (in italics) below in the reason section:

Please release this copyright claim as I have acquired this audio content from InVideo (a Storyblocks API Partner) legitimately. Attached is the End User License Agreement between Storyblocks and InVideo end users that outlines my license to use this material. If case of any questions, you can also reach out to my Storyblocks Account Manager, Amy Schwartz, at

We would also recommend attaching our EULA as additional proof -storyblocks-end-user-license-agreement.pdf

Updates and the next steps for resolving the claim will come directly from Facebook after you file your dispute.

While extremely unlikely, if the appeal is rejected, we recommend uploading the video to a host site like YouTube or Vimeo and then sharing the link on Facebook as an alternative solution.

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