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Congress to forbid MySpace in schools?

Posted on Sunday, May 14 2006 @ 05:21:05 CEST by

A bill to prohibit access to MySpace to anyone under 18 on public computers at schools and libraries has been introduced by Rep. Michael G. Flitzpatrick:
"The social networking sites have become, in a sense, a happy hunting ground for child predators," said Fitzpatrick, a father of six children, including three teen girls. His legislation, called the Deleting Online Predators Act, "is essentially a bill to protect children from the Internet."

It also would ban access to chat rooms and could block a variety of online forums. In addition, the bill would require the Federal Trade Commission to create a special website for parents and teachers warning of the potential dangers of social networking sites. Those sites, among the fastest-growing on the Internet, allow people to create their own Web pages and share photos and messages.
More details over here at the LA Times.



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