MySpace bars 29,000 sex offenders

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Yellow Belt
The social networking website MySpace has reported a four-fold increase in the number of convicted sex offenders using its service.
The company found more than 29,000 convicted sex offenders in the United States had profiles on MySpace - up from a figure of 7,000 given in May.

MySpace said it was pleased it had identified and removed the profiles of the offenders.

Critics of MySpace call for new laws to make such sites safer for children.

MySpace is a personal website tool allowing people to post blogs, music, and videos.

More than 80 million people have registered a MySpace page. News Corp bought the site for $580m last year.

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Yellow Belt
Saw that as well; can't say how many more there might be on there with hidden secret usernames.

I wish people could go get a life and do something useful :p


Yellow Belt

Myspace is good for bands but full of 15 year olds dressed like sluts

not cool at all

Ace bands though announcing gigs and stuff and organising gigs is easy

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