Wednesday, May 21, 2008

MySpace Tool Will Tell User Name, Age And Location

From 2007:

The online hangout has been quietly developing software designed to give parents the bare-bones of what their kids are doing on the site.

The tool, which will alert parents of the user name, age and location a child lists on personal MySpace pages known as profiles, is designed to spark conversations about Internet safety.

But it is also meant to give kids enough room to maneuver lest they flee to rival social-networking sites.

Unlike third-party monitoring software available for sale, the free MySpace tool won't let parents see their kids' password-protected profiles or any communications they have with friends.

That Last Paragraph Is Great, Isn't It? Anyways, It's Being Reported That This New Software, Dubbed "Zephyr" Will Be Available Sometime During The Summer, & You Can Read More About It Here.


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