I saw some of my videos are shared to Facebook, so I decided to do a search for my top videos by name and find where there are shared. I found some shares of the YouTube videos by good people with comments likes shares likes, etc.. Then to my surprise I saw some of my videos uploaded directly to Facebook in very low quality 360p (instead of the original full hd), but they still get tens of thousand of views and hundreds of likes etc. One of the videos that was re-uploaded on a fan page which contains tens of my videos had 3.2 million views which is even more than my video on YouTube. I know Facebook views are not the same as YouTube views because of their crap counting system and the autoplay, but that's still big loss for me and for the viewers, because they see it in bad quality (not that they probably care much but still). The video also has many comments, hundreds of shares etc.. The re-uploader didn't do any editing so at least my logo in the outro is there, so people can try to find the original if they watch it till the end, but this is not very satisfactory. YouTube has the excellent ContentID that catches most of the re-uploads and when people see that I can know them re-uploading, usually they delete the video and stop re-uploading. But what I can do on Facebook? Shall I try to contact the page owners or the re-uploaders and tell them to share the YouTube links, instead of re-uploading? Shall I report the re-uploads to Facebook and take them down (I am not sure if Facebook abides by DMCA that much, as the whole platform is based on stealing anyway)? Is there a system like ContentID for Facebook or similar, where I can claim my videos (I don't know if they offer something when I claim videos)? Even if I report many pages and take videos or even pages down, I am not sure these people won't just make new pages and re-upload (freeboot) my videos. Any other solution? By my estimates from what I saw there are more than 10 million views of my videos freebooted on Facebook. I am scared to check now Instagram or other places where people can freeboot videos. While I love people sharing my creations on the Internet (including facebook) - the proper way, freebooting is bad for everyone - the viewers see lower quality and unoriginal videos description. I can't follow the real popularity of the video and probably only the freebooter finds some way to monetize the re-uploads. Any suggestion is welcome.