MySpace Plays Chicken with Users

The popular social network is showing third-party widget makersand its userswho really decides what content gets added to pages

Late on Apr. 10, photo-sharing site Photobucket began receiving complaints from users that slide shows and videos they had created with Photobucket tools and posted on their MySpace accounts were not working. At first, Photobucket Chief Executive Alex Welch figured it was just a glitch. But when video remained missing through the following morning, Welch knew something was amiss.

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