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Los Angeles, California, U.S.
In 2004, the company changed its name to Intermix Media, Inc.
In March 2005, the company launched Grab.com, a self-publishing and social networking site that allowed users to play games online and purchase games online, write movie reviews, and view other entertainment content.
In April 2005, New York State attorney-general Eliot Spitzer filed a lawsuit alleging the company was the source of secretly installed spyware that illegally sent pop-up advertisements and other intrusions to millions of computer users. Intermix agreed to settle the suit for US$7.9 million, but did not admit culpability.
Rosenblatt negotiated the sale of Intermix and MySpace for US$580 million to Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. on July 20, 2005, and served as a consultant to Fox for six months before co-founding Demand Media with Shawn Colo in May 2006.
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