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MySpace Launches New Data Sharing Service


Social networking just can’t stop making headlines this afternoon. MySpace has now announced a new “Data Availability” initiative it says will revolutionize the social networking world as we know it.

The plan will let MySpace users have their profile data dynamically shared with pages on Twitter, Yahoo, Photobucket, and eBay.

“The walls around the garden are coming down,” MySpace CEO Chris DeWolfe said in a statement today.

“We…are pioneering a new way for the global community to integrate their social experiences web-wide.”

An soon-to-be-introduced interface will let users choose from sharing profile information, photos, videos, and friend networks with any of the partnering sites.

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