Connecticut attorney general serves subpoena on MySpace and says independent research about sex offenders on the social-networking site is the "tip of the iceberg. The Connecticut attorney general's office on Friday served MySpace a subpoena demanding that MySpace hand over the identities of registered sex offenders it claims the social-networking site discovered and subsequently removed from its roster of members. Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal also told CNET News that his office is reviewing independent research about registered sex offenders said to still populate the site.
Even the simplest migration can run into hurdles and the consequences for the business can be severe, hampering customer experience, reputation and ultimately revenue. Data migration is sometimes the only option, according to Mr Taylor, in order for a business to catch up with the rapid advancement of technology, though was unable to point to the exact reason for the migration. It has led some to question MySpace's public narrative, with some suggesting the lost music is the result of trying to get rid of the cost of hosting the files.
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NWS -owned Web site provide data on how many registered sex offenders were using the popular social networking site, along with information about where they live. After initially withholding the information, citing federal privacy laws, MySpace began sharing the information in May after the states filed formal legal requests. At the time, MySpace said it had already used a database it helped create to remove about 7, profiles of sex offenders, out of a total of about million profiles on the site.
The site, acquired last July by the News Corporation, which also owns Fox Broadcasting and DirecTV satellite television, is used by young people to post personal pages that can include their photographs and other details about their lives and interests so they can interact with others on the site. Because of concern by parents and school and law enforcement officials that the site sometimes unwittingly makes young people vulnerable to pornographers or predators, the company has hired Hemanshu Nigam, director of consumer security outreach and child-safe computing at the Microsoft Corporation, to oversee safety, education and privacy programs and law enforcement affairs. Nigam has also served as a federal prosecutor of Internet child exploitation cases, an adviser to a Congressional commission on online child safety and an adviser to the White House on cyberstalking.
By then communicating with other character profiles, the fan roleplays the character and rewrites the television story. A user can design a MySpace profile for anyone, real or fictional. Most MySpace profiles represent aspects of the creator's personality.
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A screen grab of MySpace. Eight U. Sources told the attorneys general that MySpace had discovered thousands of sex offenders on its site in an internal investigation, Blumenthal said.