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MySpace Opens Data Availability Initiative

Friday, May 09, 2008 5:04:00 AM PDT | ventureDeal Staff

LOS ANGELES, CA -- Social networking site MySpace announced a new initiative aimed at increasing the ability of their members to share their MySpace data with websites of their choice throughout the Internet.

With the new framework, users can share their MySpace profiles with participating sites they are visiting, including their photos, videos and friend networks of their choice.

The launch of Data Availability is an unprecedented move to further socialize the Web and empower users to control their online content and data, said Amit Kapur, Chief Operating Officer, MySpace.

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