You don't have to do anything related to this. It's just informing you that we're monetizing use of our soundtrack via YouTube. I don't know why YouTube presents it in such a draconian manner, but you're free and clear.
You failed to understand the meaning of my post.
Yes, there are no copyright strikes. However, the point of my post was to inform other YouTubers that if they wish to Monetize their videos then they need to remove the music.
To increase your understanding of this matter; YouTubers like to know whether they are able to Monetize their Content or not, without having to worry about Content ID coming along and taking money away from their trans formative works. Given that this is a new change, in which Stardock did not consider to inform the community before activating is disheartening, especially since I am just listening to the music whilst playing the game and talking over it. It's not like I decided to upload the Soundtrack on its own.
Using Content ID to monetize videos with your soundtrack was obviously something in the pipeline from the start, a fair warning would have been appreciated by all content creators.
You have a right to protect your work, but if you want content creators to showcase your work then you also need to set clear boundaries which will help those of us hoping to make money from being a content creator, work within those boundaries. Without having to worry that down the line their source of revenue will be cut.