Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Grooveshark goes dark in Germany over 'unreasonably high' license fees

Looks like the masses of music listeners have one less of a choice to choose from. Grooveshark Germany has just announced that it has shut down its services over there. The reason is the massive amount of cash it was shelling out to GEMA, the performance and reproduction rights organization. Too bad, I guess you'll have to use a different service. Not Pandora. It is not available over there. That also looks like that won't change for now as well.

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