MySpace, Flock, and Vidoop Collaborate

Dec 05, 2008


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MySpace, Flock, and Vidoop announced that they have developed OpenID for Flock, an implementation of the broader Identity in the browser (IDIB) open source project. Internet users can store their existing identity credentials within their browser. Once a relationship is established between OpenIDs and the sites that can rely on them for authentication. MySpace, Flock, and Vidoop jointly developed OpenID for Flock because the browser is the common application used by everyone to make the connection between both OpenID providers and sites that support an OpenID enabled login. OpenID is an open, decentralized, free framework for user-centric digital identity.

(www.comscore.com, www.flock.com, www.vidoop.com)