MySpace users snowed in by new blizzard of spam

Tuesday, 15 May 2007, 12:06 AM EST

In the beginning, MySpace was a place to meet new friends and get to know old ones even better by browsing their journals, photos and network of chums. But soon, marketers and hackers latched onto MySpace and rendered it as ineffective as most other net-based public forums. It came to resemble one of the many usenet discussion groups teetering on collapse from all the find-love-now messages - only it had pink borders and piped crappy R&B divas pining for lost love.

At The Register.

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