Maybe you can feel honored by it, in some way? (I'm not being snarky or disingenuous)
Yes, it's a P.I.T.A., but check this out:
A friend of mine from Winnipeg plays some Chopin on his grand piano, and builds a slide show for display on YouTube. He
got the same notice.
The material is 160 years old (give or take) and not subject to any of that restrictive B.S.! The only thing it could be is that their audio fingerprint I.D. algorithms think it was a protected recording of a more contemporary artist. Stupid, but kind of flattering.
In his case I told him to get in touch with the EFF, and any other organization that might help "the little guy" fight the behemoth.
It's a system far from perfect that's for sure. If you're interested, there's a guy who made a pretty extensive study of how to circumvent the restrictions, with practically no noticeable change in your audio files. Read here: http://www.csh.rit.edu/~parallax/
(BTW...cool band name. Takes me back to my old hobby of "studying" organic chemistry).