Earlier this week MySpace announced it is willing and prepared to work with state attorneys general who have asked for the identities of MySpace members who are known sex offenders. While MySpace made it clear that its cooperation will depend on whether the attorneys subpoena the names, the company also told the press it was “doing everything short of breaking the law to ensure that the information about these predators gets to the proper authorities.”
Obviously there has been a lot of discussion on geeksugar and throughout the entire world about the type of information made available on sites like MySpace and whether or not youth know how to censor themselves online. What do you think? Is it fair for myspace to share its information only after receiving a subpoena?