The big news today comes from a trio of major Internet brands. Google, Yahoo, and News Corp.'s MySpace joined forces to announce that OpenSocial, the social networking platform alternative to Facebook's platform, is going to become a non-profit foundation. As such, it will have a completely separate management and identity from Google and the others sponsoring the initiative. Here's the companies' joint "intent agreement."
The stated goal of the new non-profit is to "provide transparency and operational guidelines around technology, documentation, intellectual property, and other issues rel [...]
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