Zynga CEO: Facebook, MySpace should share user data

— Huge social media services like Facebook and MySpace should allow application developers access to intelligence about their users’ behavior. —

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That was the message from Mark Pincus, CEO of social-gaming network Zynga Thursday as he and others spoke on a panel called “The future of online social gaming” at the InterPlay conference here.

The confab is the first devoted entirely to social gaming, and it has attracted a packed house for a series of discussions on things like advertising and marketing on social games, how to fund such games and how to build these games on social media platforms.

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Reinout is a games investor and strategic business consultant specializing in the games industry. Reinout established his credentials through his own successful investments, start-ups, consulting and (advisory) board positions that led through time to strong bonds with key stakeholders in this fast paced industry. He is known for his outstanding results in the gaming industry. He has worked with many game studios around the globe and is therefore well known in the international gaming industry. Check out his games podcast; https://www.game-consultant.com

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