MySpace moves on predators

Tuesday, 5 June 2007, 12:53 AM EST

MySpace filed a request on in a Pennsylvania state court to seek guidance on how it can legally provide local authorities with the private emails of convicted sex offenders who had lurked on its service.

A federal law prevents internet service providers such as MySpace from turning over a user's electronic communications without a search warrant. But obtaining search warrants is difficult for offenders not currently under investigation.

At Australian IT.

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