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Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:
LinkedIn, SixApart and Flickr People Join DataPortability.org: Is This Stuff For Real?   —  The Data Portability Working Group is announcing today that key people from LinkedIn, Flickr, SixApart and Twitter are joining the group.  These new names are just the most visible part of a groundswell …
Jan 10, 2008, 1:15 PMIn context
Dennis Howlett / Irregular Enterprise:
DataPortability.org Workgroup is still born   —  As I write this, the interwebs are kicking off with the news that Plaxo, Facebook, Google and Robert Scoble have joined the DataPortability.org Workgroup.  I can hear the cries already.  First up Mike Butcher at TechCrunch who in Twitter said this is MASSIVE NEWS and reported that:
Jan 9, 2008, 3:22 AMIn context
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
The OpenID Train Steams Ahead: Google, IBM and Verisign Said To Be Joining   —  TechCrunch UK's Mike Butcher is reporting that Google, IBM and Verisign are in late stage discussions with the OpenID Foundation.  This news comes on the same day that Google, Facebook and Plaxo joined the DataPortability Workgroup.
Jan 9, 2008, 1:55 AMIn context
Tim Faulkner / Valleywag:
Facebook and Google join data-swapping group, change nothing   —  Google and Facebook have joined the DataPortability Workgroup, in a moment the blogosphere is heralding as historic.  The group's mission is to make all personal data “discoverable” and “shareable” across websites.
Jan 9, 2008, 12:55 AMIn context
Jason Harris / Download Squad:
Plaxo, Facebook, and Google go ‘open’ by joining DataPortability.org   —  In the wake of last week's explosion of attention on data portability on social networks, (that is, being able to take your data from one social network to the other) there is a huge development today.
Jan 8, 2008, 6:35 PMIn context
Megan McCarthy / Epicenter:
DataPortability Workgroup Gains Representatives from Facebook, Google, and Plaxo   —  DataPortability.org (actual tagline: “Sharing is Caring") announced today that representatives from three Silicon Valley companies are joining the DataPortability Workgroup, a group whose nominal mission …
Jan 8, 2008, 6:35 PMIn context
Adam Ostrow / Mashable!:
Social Networks Will Be Open: Google, Facebook, and Plaxo Join DataPortability   —  After months of competing platforms, privacy showdowns, arguments over who owns your social networking data, and something called “Scoblegate,” a huge announcement from the DataPortability Workgroup today: Google, Facebook, and Plaxo are in.
Jan 8, 2008, 6:10 PMIn context
Allen Stern / CenterNetworks:
Google and Facebook Join the Data Portability Movement; Someone Get Marshall a Defrib Stat!   —  Marshall Kirkpatrick over at RWW has the lead on a major announcement by the DataPortability workgroup.  To summarize the announcement, a Google representative and a Facebook representative will be joining the DataPortability group.
Jan 8, 2008, 4:50 PMIn context
Eric Eldon / VentureBeat:
Facebook, Google, Plaxo join DataPortability workgroup — lots of hype, even more work to do   —  In what is at least a brilliantly executed PR move, leading engineers from Google, Facebook and Plaxo have joined the Data Portability Workgroup — an effort by a number of web companies …
Jan 8, 2008, 4:30 PMIn context
Duncan Riley / TechCrunch:
Facebook, Google And Plaxo Join The DataPortability Workgroup   —  After publishing an invitation to Facebook to join the DataPortability Working Group January 4, we never thought that Facebook would accept it.  Today changes everything you've ever thought about social-networking data and lock-in before …
Jan 8, 2008, 1:45 PMIn context

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