Plaxo Says Customers ARE in Charge of Their Data

Valeria Maltoni, Fast Company, Aug 31, 2007
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I still remember the barrage of spam messages from Plaxo as the software urged me to send personal information to strangers who had me in their address books. So I'm a little bit sceptical of their new approach to social networking, trying to forge a single identity out of all those identities we have on our various social networks. "Plaxo helps you round up all that data you've been entering in your various social networks move it around as you wish." It's the 'open social graph' Brad Fitzpatrick and others have been writing about. Maybe. Or maybe it's just another way to try to get my personal data.
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