Social Nets sorting out how open they want to be

05/19/2008 | Bloomberg Businessweek

MySpace and Facebook are trying to walk a fine line between opening up their sites and user information to Google, Yahoo! and other third-party developers, while still trying to maintain control over their businesses. "There's a lot that needs to be sorted out," said Ken Cassar, a VP at Nielsen//NetRatings. "There's going to be a need for cooperation between companies that are competing with one another."

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