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May 21, 2007

MySpace Comes to Agreement with State AGs Over Sex Offender Data

MySpace will, as it turns out, provide the sex offender profile data that the eight state attorneys general are seeking from the social web site.  MySpace said that they had negotiated a legal process, although the mechanics could vary from state to state.  The AGs will use some form of subpoena or other process to get the data, with MySpace cooperating on the various cases.

Here's the story from CNET.

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