The RadiTube Browser Extension shows the metadata of removed YouTube videos.
YouTube's moderation policy is opaque and ad-hoc. Every once in a while YouTube publishes a PR statement notifying the public that certain channels have been removed. However it rarely publishes which videos and channels are exactly removed.
The RadiTube Browser Extension tries to make YouTube's moderation policy more clear by showing the metadata (transcripts, title, descriptions, channel names, views) of removed YouTube videos. It's a perfect companion for journalists and researchers who are doing research into disinformation. All the metadata is permanently stored on the Arweave network.
The extension currently stored a limited amount of removed videos (roughly 80.000), but we expect to rapidly increase this in the upcoming months.