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Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Twitter unite to simplify data transfers

Four of the biggest technology companies are banding together to make it easier for users to download and transfer their data between services. Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Twitter formally announced The Data Transfer Project (DTP) today, an open-…

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