YouTube has taken steps to prevent mistaken takedowns of your videos, but that hasn't been enough for some. A rash of alleged policy violations in recent weeks (such as for Call of Duty clips) has triggered an outcry among creators who worry that YouTube is asleep at the wheel while its automated system goes haywire. Thankfully, the company appears to be listening. In a response to the mounting complaints, YouTube has revealed that it created a team focused on "minimizing mistakes" that take videos down without a legitimate cause. It's also promising transparency when it strips videos of revenue, and there are hints of efforts in the months ahead that will "strengthen communications" between YouTube support and video makers.