Those crazy wacky guys at MIT are at it again, this time with a system that tracks YouTube videos that are taken down for copyright violation.
Want to see it? Of course you do. Here you go: http://youtomb.mit.edu/
There are a few things you’ll immediately notice about this site.
First, it’s a bit slow to respond. But don’t fret, it will eventually.
Second, the best part is the big “2″ on the right that shows real-time (I think) copyright violations taking place. IT NEVER STOPS. Ha!
I don’t think YouTomb monitors everything but its currently monitoring a good chunk of vids out there.
The internet has answered yet another question. Can copyright infringement be entertaining? Yes.
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