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On Youtube's browse page I am shown the most viewed videos in my country. Even if I change my country in the settings, it will still show the same results. I would like to see the most viewed videos of each category without the location bias.

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Where are you changing the settings ? The one at the bottom works. To prove it the most viewed video in Mexico : Ronaldinho vs Ronaldo. – phwd Mar 21 '11 at 6:14
Then again it might not be right for brazil I get : Old MacDonal had a farm. – phwd Mar 21 '11 at 6:17
@Philippe you found the answer but you posted it as comment – Jader Dias Mar 21 '11 at 13:48

i guess they are detecting your location through your public ip address, you can use proxy web servers to over come this situtation

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No, it doesn't uses the IP Geolocation, since the other answer works. – Jader Dias Mar 21 '11 at 13:46

As Philipe Harewood pointed out, it's not enough to change the country in the account settings, you must change it in the Browse page footer.

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