North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper is putting his foot down on sex predators using social websites like Myspace, to locate kids.
He's pushing for legislation that would make children have to get the permission of their parents before opening a web page on sites such as Myspace.
According to Cooper Myspace has four times more registered sex offenders on it's site than it did two months ago. Cooper says 29-thousand registered offenders are using the site.
Myspace says it's deleted the accounts of those 29-thousand registered sex offenders who had been using the social networking website.
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