LOS ANGELES–LAWFUEL – Law News Network –“By requiring offenders to register any email address they use and aggregating that information in a database, websites that choose to block sex offenders can do so and law enforcement will have new tools to employ against predators who attempt to misuse the Internet to find potential victims. The passage of this legislation will be a landmark moment in the history of Internet safety. We support the Senators’ efforts and look forward to these provisions becoming law.
“The safety and security of our members is a top-priority for MySpace. This legislation combined with our announcement earlier this week of plans to build the first real-time searchable national sex offender database will make the Internet a far safer place for all.”
—MySpace’s Chief Security Officer, Hemanshu Nigam