MySpace erases 29,000 sex offenders
MySpace yesterday announced it had “detected and deleted” 29,000 convicted sex offenders on the social networking site, Reuters reports.
The figure is considerably higher than the 7,000 it said it had identified back in May, after coming under strong pressure to tackle the sex offender menace. A coalition of Attorneys General led by Connecticut AG Richard Blumenthal demanded it do more to protect minors and hand over details of known miscreants.
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