Everybody knows about the tones of user data which Youtube shared with Viacom for copyright-related case but many are not aware that there is service which tracks of the videos which are brought down by WWW Youtube Com after they are suspected of a copyright violation. YouTomb as the name goes is a service which tracks YouTube videos which are buried by YouTube for breaking their copyright policies. Youtube has paid more and it seems it is not ready to pay anything more on the copyright issues.
YouTomb is a built by the MIT students who are part of the MIT Free Culture which looks at open access opportunities for sharing knowledge.
Some Highlights on the service.
The time when we wrote this article the service was monitoring 258889 videos, and has identified 8454 videos taken down for alleged copyright violation and 31991 videos taken down for other reasons.
If you are satisfied with this you can download the source code of the service and run it on your servers. To download click here.