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Facebook Responds To Platform Controversy Around Apps Voxer, Wonder, Vine

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In recent days, Facebook has been cutting off data access to applications that have been using it in ways that either compete with or replicate what the social network does — first with Voxer, then Wonder, and most recently Vine. Facebook Director of Platform Partnerships and Operations Justin Osofsky clarified his company’s stance with regard to sharing data. In essence, apps that allow users to share data back to Facebook are OK, while those that do not violate the site’s platform policy.

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View Last Week's "Making The Move To The Graph" Webinar

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-Making The Move to The Graph Slide-Last Thursday we hosted a webinar with Matt Kelly of Facebook who discussed some of the best practices for implementing the new Graph API. We also had the opportunity to take questions from the attendees. Unfortunately we had hundreds of RSVPs and could only let in 100 attendees. After numerous requests for access to the webinar, we’ve decided to post the full event on the site.
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Android Gets Facebook Graph API Before the iPhone

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Facebook-For-Android-LogoFacebook announced new mobile social networking functionality for the Android platform this week. At Google I/O, Google’s developer conference, executives routinely made fun of Steve Jobs and Apple, but Facebook’s role in the drama was overlooked by the press. Facebook’s mobile development team soft launched a Facebook SDK for Android, bringing functionality that was previously only available on the iPhone to the Android platform. It gets better: Facebook gave the Android platform a de facto exclusive on two of its newest initiatives: Open Graph APIs and OAuth 2.0.
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