Wired News reports on the Great MySpace Crackdown of ’06.
MySpace’s rapid transformation into the largest community of teens and twenty-somethings in history made a backlash perhaps inevitable. In the three years since its launch, MySpace has gathered over 57 million registered users …
Concerns over the site fall generally into two categories: unease over the type of content teens are posting, and fear of the type of people they’re meeting.
School teachers and administrators are sending home warnings to parents while some schools are now blocking access from their systems.