This tool to study YouTube personalization algorithm is now DISCONTINUED.

The Youtube video platform was one of the forks of Facebook Tracking Exposed; this started as part of the ALEX project when Tracking Exposed was hosted by the University of Amsterdam.

Supporting Youtube has been crucial to generalize the algorithm analysis methodology, understand which are the common problem and which are platform dependent, and most importantly to start running tests without the need to have a logged in user account. Youtube Tracking Exposed has been one of the most creative project Tracking Exposed, and some of the most original investigations invented by us are described below: