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YouTomb: Where DMCA'd YouTube Clips Go to Die

The recent decision by a federal judge to order Google to turn over all YouTube user data to Viacom has the web atwitter - but do you know what actually happened to all those videos taken down from the website for alleged copyright violation?

MIT Free Culture has a project, appropriately called "YouTomb" that tracks these "dead" videos: http://youtomb.mit.edu/

Previously on Neatorama: What do 12-terabytes-worth of data look like?

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