Grammy award-winning artist Maria Schneider is demanding access to YouTube’s copyright enforcement tools, which she argues only protect major record labels and studios, in a class action complaint filed Thursday.

Korein Tillery and Boies Schiller Flexner filed the suit in the Northern District of California on behalf of Schneider, a composer, musician and advocate for artist rights, and Pirate Monitor LTD, a company that owns the rights to several Hungarian films.

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