StraightUpSocial News Links for 11/4/2009

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MySpace’s Zero Tolerance Policy for App Scams

Owen Van Natta at MySpace points out an addition to the social network’s Terms of Use for application developers: “promotions that include hidden renewals without specific opt-in will not be permitted.”

The Next Step For Twitter Lists – Entire Countries

Mike Butcher at TechCrunch Europe tells us about a company that is using the new Twitter Lists feature to create lists of Twitter users by country.

Flickr Sprouts App Garden: Five Cool Apps We Discovered

Jolie O’Dell at ReadWriteWeb shares the announcement of Flickr’s new App Garden, a home for software developers to showcase their applications based on the photo sharing network’s open API.

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