MySpace tightens security

Friday, 23 June 2006, 8:22 AM EST

Just a few months after making headlines by hiring a chief security officer to police its millions of Web pages, MySpace.com is now pledging to tighten up its free-for-all social environment by limiting interaction between adults and the site's youngest users.

The News Corp.-owned social networking platform will no longer allow its 14- and 15-year-old users to receive any contact from adults 18 and over, unless those teens know the person contacting them.

At AdWeek.

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