Aug 24, 2007

Whose right is it, anyway?

Social Networking Faces More Legal Pressure
In response to Blumenthal's pressure, MySpace in July deleted more than 29,000 registered sex offenders using the popular site.

Civil rights and all that, blah,blah, blah. In an emergency, you know what they say: women and children first. The preying upon our children is just such an emergency situation. Trafficking in the innocence of children is wrong. Children should be able to safely play in their own neighborhoods. This is their neighborhood. Stay out.

And don't give me that crap about a compulsion you can't control. If that's the case, you'd be acting on it out in the open, anywhere, anytime. No hiding, no conniving, no secret societies, no disguises. Mo threats about keeping secrets. If you can make a plan to do it, you can make a plan to stop doing it.

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