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YouTomb is a research project by MIT Free Culture that tracks videos taken down from YouTube for alleged copyright violation.
More specifically, YouTomb continually monitors the most popular videos on YouTube for copyright-related takedowns. Any information available in the metadata is retained, including who issued the complaint and how long the video was up before takedown. The goal of the project is to identify how YouTube recognizes potential copyright violations as well as to aggregate mistakes made by the algorithm.
Originally posted by Zepherian
Otherwise the internet as we know it will die, to be replaced by basically one huge interactive cable channel where what you see is aproved by those that see themselves as owners of your mind.
It’s Official: Google Owns YouTube
Filed Under (Video, Advertising, Google) by Matt / Derick on 11-14-2006
Google announced today that it's acquisition of online video source YouTube has been completed as expected. The search company paid an estimated $1.65 billion dollars in stock for YouTube and plans to use its extensive advertising portfolio to generate revenue from the site.
Originally posted by and14263
I often wondered why Acebryan7ox's videos were taken down, also the "Nasa Biggest Secret" vids were removed.
I think the point isn't on copyright infringement, more on the fact that ****tube sucks because it controls what we see... just like the mind numbing TV.