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Monday, January 29, 2007

MySpace sued by families of sexually abused teens
Four families have sued the popular social-networking site MySpace and its owner, News Corp., after their teenage daughters were solicited online and sexually abused by adults they met on the site, lawyers for the families said Thursday.
The families would be seeking "probably in the millions of dollars... enough to........
Enough to what? Make themselves feel better because they couldn't watch their own kids on the Internet? Maybe enough to hire a babysitter?

2 Comments:

At 2/23/07, 11:24 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The babysitter remark is a little crude

 
At 2/23/07, 11:28 AM, Anonymous Nate said...

It gets the point across. I'll quote a prevoius post "If the girl met the predator on a playground, would the parents sue the playground? Parents need to accept the responsibility of being a parent and know what their children are doing on the Internet."

 

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