Grouper, Sony, and the Copyright Card

It makes absolute sense that Grouper, one of the startup video sharing sites, got bought by a Hollywood player. The company has good technology, a proven team on innovators (the pair behind pioneering online radio service Spinner)--and have been loud and clear in their committment to protecting copyrighted works.
Heather Green

It makes absolute sense that Grouper, one of the many startup video sharing sites, got bought up by a Hollywood player. Sony paid $65 million for them. Grouper has good technology, a proven team on innovators (the pair behind pioneering online radio service Spinner)--and has been loud and clear in stating that it works to protect copyrighted works.

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