One such notable exhibitor from Mashable’s exhibitor event is Motionbox. Motionbox lets you upload videos of family and friends in a safe environment without making it available to the whole world. That means that you can choose only the people you want to see “baby’s first step” or “Billy making that winning home run” .
You Tube’s definition of privacy is letting the video be viewed by 25 people of less. If you have family all over, 25 views is simply not enough.
With Flickr, which recently also introduced videos, you can also upload, but are limited in the length of the movie to a minute and a half. Also the same privacy permissions exist for videos as they do for photos.
So it looks like the video sharing market is about to become interesting.