Talk:MySpace

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Who cares if teenagers can put up legitimate pictures of themselves. FREE SPEECH! That said I would not recommend indulging in such debauchery. If this site gains a reputation for internet censordip ... well look at what happened to the Scientologists MCollins 12:57, 20 March 2008 (EDT)

The article simply states that teenagers putting suggestive pictures of themselves is controversial, not that Conservapedia wants to ban or censor these pictures. At any rate, underage kids can get themselves into real danger by inviting the wrong kind of attention this way, and I don't think it's really that large of a logical leap to understand why some people are uncomfortable with this. HelpJazz 13:23, 20 March 2008 (EDT)
Myspace , blogging sites all bring in a valid issue of censorship, in the context of protecting minors from harmful results of their actions. One would expect an adult to have considered the impact of putting up suggestive photos, but not so much a child. The issue for Myspace (and other sites) is that once they begin filtering they become responsible for any failure of that filtering that results in harm. They are best off legally by making it a personal responsibility of the User. Note here that any parent can terminate the childs Myspace page by request. Markr 12:35, 26 November 2008 (EST)

Updating

This page is in need of a severe update. Unfortunately, I do not have much knowledge of the site, so hopefully someone will see this and take the initiative. Godspeed. DennyW66 16:42, 24 March 2011 (EDT)

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