Many schools and public libraries in the Untied States have blocked
access to Myspace, because it has become “such a haven for students’
gossip and malicious comments.”
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children reported 1,224
incidents last year of “online enticement” of children by adults and
estimates that one in five children get sexual solicitations online,
according to a Washington Post report.
There have been numerous cases of face to face meeting arranged on
Myspace that have turned bad.
According to Alison Kiss, program director for Security on Campus,
social networking websites such as Myspace have made it easier for
stalkers who target women on college campuses.