Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Eight state attorneys general wrote MySpace Monday (press release from Connecticut AG, letter [PDF]) requesting information about registered sex offenders using the service. MySpace built a database late last year and earlier this year with information about offenders from around the country, and the AGs state that they believe that "thousands of known sex offenders have been confirmed as MySpace members."
The AGs requested a response by May 29.
(Earlier posts about litigation relating to MySpace are here.)