MySpace agrees to social-networking safety plan
Protecting teens and pre-teens from themselves and more often from Adults MySpace unveils an extensive safety plan.
MySpace Agrees to Lead Fight to Stop Sex Predators
MySpace, which says it has about 70 million users, agreed to install safeguards that require an adult user to prove that he or she knows a child user in order to contact that child, for instance by typing in an address or phone number.
Oh, and this is going to work?
It’s not only protecting teens from sexual predators but from adult, seemingly normal parents who are online pretending to be teens in order to spy on their own children, and children’s friends, as well as to to promote their own child’s welfare.
An easy way to prevent some of the bad stuff is to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law people like