PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Ever have a favorite video on YouTube that one day seems to just disappear? Usually, these incidents involve copyright infringement, or the appearance of copyright infringement. But they’re not gone completely.
YouTomb is a site run by MIT’s Free Culture, which seeks out the remnants of these deletions and posts the details. You won’t find the videos here, but you will find out what they were, a snapshot of them and usually why they were taken down. It’s an interesting peek behind the curtain.
Go to YouTomb.mit.edu.
Reported By Bob Bicknell, KYW Newsradio Tech Reporter