One of the most popular sites on the internet bowed to legal pressure on May 22, 2007.
Social networking giant www.myspace.com has agreed to turn over information about registered sex offenders using the site.
Myspace said of its 180 million user profiles, it has already identified and removed about 7,000 registered sex offenders and law enforcement across the country is looking for more.
Myspace said on Tuesday, the search for more predators has begun, but with 300,000 people joining the site every day - it is a massive undertaking.
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