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What MySpace is Doing to Protect Others From Hoaxes

by Barbara J. Feldman July 23, 2008

MySpace has over three hundred million users on its social network; adults, teenagers, and young children. After the Megan Meier MySpace hoax many parents became increasingly concerned about the safety of their young children and teenagers using not only MySpace, but other social networking web sites as well. To meet the overwhelming concern by its […]

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A Brief Look at the Effects of the Megan Meier MySpace Suicide

by Barbara J. Feldman July 23, 2008

Many people have been weighing the pros and cons about social networking ever since the Megan Meier hoax on MySpace in 2006. MySpace has faced some serious scrutiny as to safety measures that need to be taken in order for this type of thing not to happen. The Megan Meier hoax has affected all sorts […]

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Why Texas Held Out on the Safety Deal with Facebook

by Barbara J. Feldman July 23, 2008

The second largest social networking web site has agreed to raise the bar on their safety measures in order to better protect its users. It has come to this agreement with forty nine of the states and the District of Columbia and has agreed to adopt new safety standards to help more specifically to protect […]

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A Look at the Safety Deal Reached by Facebook

by Barbara J. Feldman July 22, 2008

The Internet is used by millions of people all over the world. Recently it has come to the attention of a few of the mostly widely used networks that their safety measures are not up to par. More and more children are being found on networking websites by sexual predators without parents knowing and without […]

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