Myspace.com Complaint - MySpace allowing underage minors to post web pages
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA -- I recently discovered my underage son posting a personal web page on myspace.com where he first claimed he was 17, then edited it months later to the age of 15. The owners at myspace.com claim they do not allow any minors under the age of 15 to post a web page. They also claim they take underage postings seriously and will delete them. I have contacted them on every front they have and all I get is an automated canned reply. My son is 12 1/2.
This company owes a civic responsibility to make sure a parent's concerns are heard and they have done nothing. I am contacting my local authroities now and my state Attorney General's office. The US Government claims at any given time, there are 50,000 pedophiles on myspace.com surfing for young boys and girls. We as parents need to ramp up the heat and stop companies who allow minors to post personal web pages on their sites leaving them vulnerable to predators. Myspace.com is not a good example of protecting our children and they should be shut down.
Does anyone out there agree with me....I want to hear your comments.....