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Thursday, July 14, 2011

Facebook blocked Google Plus export tool

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ShoutBloger: Facebook and Google's rivalry heats up. Facebook blocked Google Plus tool exporter, one of which allows users of Google plus update his Facebook status from Google.

Previously, Facebook has blocked third party applications that can export contacts to other sites such as Facebook to Google Plus. Although the application called Google+Facebook has not closed, Facebook is busy stopping the action of other tools that allow users to export Facebook friends list to other sites.

For example, Open-Xchange, a service that allows Facebook users to export the details of his friends into other products and services. Although, the owner of the tool claims that it has followed the terms and conditions of Facebook.

As disclosed ZDNet, Facebook sends an e-mail to the owner of the Open-Xchange and stated that the Open-Xchange has violated the provisions. Open-Xchange mentioned should not use the friends list of Facebook users outside the application of Open-Xchange.

Open-Xchange expressed disappointment. Not only because Facebook has blocked what they believe to be legitimate, but also because of the Open-Xchange rate up too much control of personal information users.

If you want to see what happens when a company controls your personal data to their advantage, this is for example, said Rafael Laguna, CEO of Open-Xchange.

Facebook also blocked the Google Chrome browser service named Facebook Friend Finder, which allows users to export Facebook contacts via e-mail address, a feature that is now popular with the launch of Google Plus. A matter of time access is also blocked Google+Facebook and Facebook and Google Plus never collaborated.


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