Perverts booted from Myspace

After receiving subpoenas from several US Attorney Generals, MySpace has kicked 90,000 registered sex offenders from the social network.

After receiving subpoenas from several US Attorney Generals, MySpace has kicked 90,000 registered sex offenders from the social network.

Since introducing Sentinel software – a specialised software to track down users with convictions for sex crimes – MySpace has declared a marked reduction in sex offenders using their online service.

In a statement released to Newscorp, MySpace commented:

“MySpace is proud of its leadership position and hopes that Facebook follows our lead in providing their members with the same protections,”

Since implementing Setinel MySpace has reported a 36 per cent drop in the number of registered sex offenders trying to create profiles on the site.

Source; news.com.au



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