"There's a lot of personal information and things like that on MySpace.com -- a bit more than I'm comfortable with," said James Murphy, assistant director of technology for the public schools in Coventry, Rhode Island.Read on over at Reuters.
The Rhode Island Network for Educational Technology, a nonprofit that handles Internet networks for the state's 36 public school districts, said 80 percent of the schools had requested an Internet filter to screen out MySpace.com.
Schools think MySpace is dangerous
Posted on Thursday, March 02 2006 @ 8:25 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Several schools in the U.S. have banned MySpace.com, stating it can be dangerous for teenagers.