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TechCrunch:
Why Every Site Should Have A Data Portability Policy   —  Editor's note: Today the DataPortability Project announces PortabilityPolicy.org - the result of a 16 month effort that it hopes the industry will embrace.  This guest post explains what a Portability Policy is, why your site should have a one …
Jun 23, 2010, 1:20 PMIn context
Elias Bizannes / TechCrunch:
Why Privacy Failures Are In Facebook's DNA   —  Elias Bizannes is the chairperson and executive director of the DataPortability Project; founder of the Startup Bus; creator of the Silicon Beach community; and manages the finance function at search engine startup Vast.com.
Jun 5, 2010, 6:05 PMIn context
Elias Bizannes / DataPortability Blog:
Assessing the openess of Facebook's “Open Graph Protocol”   —  This is an analysis by DataPortability chairperson Elias Bizannes and former chairperson Chris Saad.  —  Summary  —  In essence, Facebook is striving to create a web-wide semantic search engine and recommendation system based on a mix of open and closed technologies.
Apr 25, 2010, 7:05 PMIn context
Chris Saad / Paying Attention:
Open Web Foundation   —  Tomorrow, David Recordon will announce the Open Data Foundation at OSCON Open Web Foundation at OSCON.  —  As a co-founder of the DataPortability project, I'd like to be the first to welcome the Open Web Foundation to the conversation that was crystallized by the project early this year.
Jul 22, 2008, 11:40 PMIn context
Tom Morris:
Can DataPortability.org become any more irrelevant?   —  First, some links to people who've been discussing DataPortability: Eran Hammer-Lahav (and an earlier mailing list post), Dave Winer and Scott Kveton.  Read these, please, and read the comments.  —  Now, I've pretty much given up on DataPortability.
Jun 7, 2008, 7:40 PMIn context
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Battle Over Data Ownership on Gillmor Gang   —  Epic Gillmor Gang today.  Everyone went in with guns blazing over the data portability/ownership debate that has spilled out over the Facebook/Google scuffle.  DataPortability founder Chris Saad was also on the call, but failed to take a leadership position …
May 17, 2008, 7:35 AMIn context
Caroline McCarthy / Webware.com:
Welcome to the social mess?   —  Google Friend Connect, Facebook Connect, MySpace Data Availability, OpenID, DataPortability: Managing a bunch of different log-ins and passwords suddenly seems easy and straightforward.  —  Within a matter of days, some of the biggest names on the Web announced …
May 12, 2008, 5:40 PMIn context
Chris Messina / FactoryCity:
Thoughts on DataPortability   —  Introduction  —  Over the last several days I've started and abandoned four drafts of this post.  Usually it doesn't take me this long to write out my thoughts, or to go through so many different approaches, but I wanted to express myself as clearly …
May 12, 2008, 3:45 AMIn context
David Recordon / O'Reilly Radar:
MySpace's Data Availability is not Data Portability   —  Yesterday MySpace, Yahoo!, eBay, Photobucket (also owned by News Corp), and Twitter announced the Data Availability Initiative.  While I could write at length about how this shows the big companies have already realized how to diminish …
May 9, 2008, 8:35 PMIn context
DataPortability:
MySpace officially joins the DataPortability Project   —  The DataPortability Project wishes to welcome MySpace, the Internet's largest social network, as the latest member of the initiative (official Press Release).  MySpace joins other existing corporate members such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, LinkedIn, SixApart, and Digg.
May 8, 2008, 2:10 PMIn context

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