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6/6. Kate Thornton concludes a survey of digital-era pioneering with YouTube - the phenomenally popular website that allows users to upload, share and view moving clips. Launched in 2005 by three former employees of PayPal - Steve Chen , Chad Hurley and Jawed Karim - the site was purchased by Google in 2006 for $1.65billion; its online revenues currently amount to four billion dollars per annum. But the runaway use of clips has run into sticky copyright issues, with constant patrolling needed to monitor dubious or legally uncleared clips posted by many of the site's 20 million monthly visitors. YouTube's inventors discuss the strategic partnerships that have been struck during the site's relatively short history, and assess its future.
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