This might save the curious a tiny bit of effort.
The courts have ruled that "to prevail a plaintiff would need to show bad faith by a rights holder.". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lenz_v._Universal_Music_Corp.
"The Duhaime online law dictionary similarly defines bad faith broadly as "intent to deceive", and "a person who intentionally tries to deceive or mislead another in order to gain some advantage"."
And there has been at least one $125k payout for abusing the DMCA to suppress the release of hacked emails.
Also of note his his summary which is at 35m:25s in the video which runs contrary to the tone of the headline.