Have you Notice the Under age Kids On Myspace

@minerc (1373)
United States
January 19, 2007 1:58am CST
When you sign up you are suppose to be at least 16, but go threw some of the profiles and these kids are 10-15. Where are the Parents, there are so many preditors out there why isnt someone doing something to stop this. I am sure the kids see no harm in it. What is going on, what can be done to show people there is such a big risk out there.
4 responses
• India
19 Jan 07
well now internet is not the one that retained to cafe only ! its in each house now ! so defiantly ! children will use it ! and may misuse it !
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@minerc (1373)
• United States
19 Jan 07
Thank You!
@SwtJenlove (1090)
• United States
10 Jun 08
I made my son a myspace and he is 7 but i have it blocked to where only family and friends can see it and send him stuff. they cant even send him a friend request without knowing his email or last name and he doesnt know his password so he cant check it by himself. i do that so he can practice his typing by sending his family and friends messages on there.
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• United States
7 Jun 08
Actualty hunn.You must be [[14]] or older to have a myspace account.As I qoute it says"[[A]]All regestration information you submit is truthful and accurate[[B]]You will maintain the accuracy of such information[[C]]You are [[14]] years of age or older and[[D]].... But I undersand what your saying.And I'll admit I have a myspace but I only add people I know and do a total check before I add them just to make sure it isn't someone who just stole a friends picture and put it up as there's. Nothing can be done.No matter what happens it's always gonna have children younger then they claim.
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• United States
1 Jun 08
i wrote a discussion similar to this and accually you can be 14 to have a myspace. and another thing,you gotta understand kids are growing up a lot faster these days. all these parents that had thier kids at young ages are the nes mostly likely to let thier kid basically do what ever they want to. yes i agree,it is 100% the parents fault for not monitoring them on the internet,but some parents just dont care and we cant really do anything about it.
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