Re: Try this the other way around
"A lot more fun as you get to beat up the copyright enforcer "
Nice fantasy, but in real life you don't get to beat up the copyright enforcer. You get stuck in a 'customer service' black hole, your own padded cell lined with posters saying "Computer says NO!".
Or in other words, Youtube cares if anyone is uploading copyrighted content because they may be legally liable. Youtube aren't in any way obliged to publish anyone's uploaded content, so if some of their algorithms has flagged your original content as copyrighted, they don't give a shit.
It sucks, but that's the way it is.