|Re: MySpace Hires Child Safety Expert From Microsoft|
12 Apr 2006 12:31:50 -0700
I think this is good news. I've been reading up about the online|
predator issue for a while now and I'm glad to see that social
networking communities are beginning to bring in people and
advertisements that help promote online safety. It won't solve
everything but its an improvement. MySpace is now partnering with the
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, which also happens
to provide the cybertipline service so people can report predators.
What does everyone else think about this issue?
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