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New security measures for young users of MySpace.com won't be enough to stop online child predators, safety experts warned Wednesday. Starting next week, the popular online social network will restrict adult access to the information teenagers post about themselves. MySpace users who are 18 or over could no longer request to be on a 14- or 15-year-old's friends' list unless they already know either the youth's e-mail address or full name. That means they won't have access to personal information on their profiles.
Why can't parent take responsibility for their kids? Why does someone always have to baby sit someone elseís kids? People are always blaming someone else for their inabilities. Itís never their or their kids fault.