In lion-lays-down-with-lamb news (we’ll let you decide which is which), MySpace and Facebook have confirmed they’re in talks to share music and video content between the sites. “Facebook is focussing on building the best technology which helps people share content, while at MySpace they are focussing on more a content-led strategy,” says Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg. “We would like to have their content, as we already do with many other sites, shared across our network because it is good for our users.” Both Sandberg and MySpace CEO Owen Van Natta have confirmed the negotiations, which would likely involve people signing into MySpace using Facebook Connect, to share music and videos they like back on Facebook.

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