MySpace Data Portability initiative

MySpace unveiled on May 8 yet another industry initiative to allow users and developers to share their social-networking data — a goal Microsoft also has in its sights.The first partners announcing their participation in MySpace’s Data Portability initiative include Yahoo, eBay, Photobucket (also owned by News Corp.’s Fox Interactive Media) and Twitter. I didn’t see […]

MySpace unveiled on May 8 yet another industry initiative to allow users and developers to share their social-networking data — a goal Microsoft also has in its sights.

The first partners announcing their participation in MySpace’s Data Portability initiative include Yahoo, eBay, Photobucket (also owned by News Corp.’s Fox Interactive Media) and Twitter. I didn’t see mentions in any of the Data Portability coverage I saw as to when/whether Microsoft might play here, too.

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Microsoft, MySpace, Social Network, Social Networking, Data

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