Kyle Brinkman, vice president and general manager of the MySpace Developer Platform, said MySpace is likely to be the first large implementation of Caja--a technology developed by the social network and Google. The MySpace Developer Platform launched on Tuesday.
Here's how Google describes Caja:
MySpace is hoping that security will be a big selling point for its third party applications. To that end, third party applications developed for MySpace will endure Caja and a "safety review process" before going live. These security processes are long overdue--especially if these third party Web 2.0 toys are ever going to become enterprise class.