Academic journal article Young Adult Library Services. Read any parenting book or ask any psychologist and they'll tell you that young people need space in which to discover their identities. What kind of "space," you ask?
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This study examines the content of MySpace pages to reveal the types of personal information users disclose on their pages and the types of communication users engage in via through their MySpace accounts. The researchers performed a traditional content analysis on MySpace user profiles to learn about user characteristics and about the types of content posted on profiles pages. Findings showed a clear pattern of use of the site for creating and developing personal identities and relationships online.
The popular MySpace site isn't first teen fad to generate fear and doubt from the media and politicians. This Wired News photo gallery reminds us of past cultural backlashes. View Slideshow Last December, a mischievous student used a home computer to create an account on the social networking site MySpace bearing the name and likeness of his school principal, Eric Trosch. The profile the Hermitage, Pennsylvania, Hickory High School student bestowed on his principal was not kind.
A tragic case has emerged in St. Charlies MO, where there has been a horrendous wrong committed by adults against a child but no legal action. A chld Megan Meier is dead but neither criminal nor civil action will be taken.
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Internet attorney Eric J. Sinrod explains how MySpace defeated a noted spammer. The company alleged it was the victim of an abusive scheme to disseminate commercial messages and solicitations to MySpace users.
Popular social networking website MySpace has said it is to begin sending online alerts to American users to help find missing children. As part of an extension of its safeguards for users, MySpace will send online alerts out to users in US regions where a child has gone missing. In a deal with the National Center for Missing and Exploited ChildrenMySpace will send out so called Amber alerts, or early warning bulletins in serious child abduction cases. The Amber alerts - named after nine-year-old Amber Hagerman, who was kidnapped and murdered in Texas in - will appear in a small text box at the top of a person's profile, MySpace said.