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Why do YouTube views freeze at 301? [Knowledge]
posted October 29 2013 13:40.33 by spic0m

Numberphile pays a visit to YouTube and learns the secret behind one of the website's famous idiosyncrasies - why view counts on new videos often freeze at 301.

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