To kick off their new ‘Data Availability' initiative, MySpace is joining forces with a few web giants – namely Yahoo!, Twitter, eBay, and Photobucket, in an effort to give Myspace members the ability to share their profile info across the web. As Brand Strategy reports:

The system claims that this helps “open the doors to traditionally closed networks by putting users in the driver’s seat of their data and web identity.” It claims that this is the first time that a social website has enabled its community to dynamically share public profile information with other sites.

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