Tuesday, May 22, 2007
From plaindealer.com: Local police will soon know exactly which registered Ohio sexual offenders recently used MySpace.com, a social Internet site popular with children and adults alike.
MySpace, which last week rejected requests from eight state attorneys general - including Ohio's - for the list of offenders, reversed its decision Monday after being hit with subpoenas from several of the attorneys general.
"Our families are safer today as a result of the company's decision to relinquish these names," said Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann in a statement. Dann was among those threatening legal action against MySpace. Rest of Article. . . [Mark Godsey]