According to the Wall Street Journal’s blog Digits, Google quietly reinstated Grooveshark, the controversial music streaming app. It’s $6.00-$9.00 a month or free ad-supported, and lets you listen to copies of songs uploaded by other users.
The problem: is Grooveshark legal? At the end of the day, who’s ultimately responsible for infringing on music label copyrights? Grooveshark, the aggregator — or the people uploading the songs?
What do you think? Will you use Grooveshark?
— Jennifer Schenberg, PenVine