SEEK SEX OFFENDER DATA FROM MYSPACE
Attorneys general from eight states asked MySpace, the social-networking Web site owned by News Corp to give the names of thousands of convicted sex offenders who they said have profile pages set up on its site. MySpace's own investigation discovered thousands of convicted sex offenders with profiles on the site. Attorneys general from New Hampshire, Georgia, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina and Idaho joined in seeking names from the Los Angeles based Web site. Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal said Mixing sex offenders with children on MySpace is a recipe for tragedy.