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MySpace Risks Teen Support With Monitoring Software; Could Calm Advertisers And Parents

MySpace hopes to pull off a difficult balancing act with its new parental notification software: assuage demands from 33 state attorney generals to make the site safe for teens, while trying not to alienate the teen users who helped make it the most popular social networking site. The WSJ notes that parents who install the monitoring software, code-named

One Response to “MySpace Risks Teen Support With Monitoring Software; Could Calm Advertisers And Parents”

  1. I think it takes more than that to actually curb the problem of sexual predators "running around" in Myspace. It takes concerted efforts for both the parents and the children to somehow alleviate the whole damn situation. Children should be honest with their parents, and parents should have the time to monitor their children.