If, at some point in the past few months, you found yourself no longer a member of Facebook or MySpace, it might be because you're a registered sex offender. The two social networking behemoths have booted more than 3,500 sex offenders as a part of New York state's Electronic Security and Targeting of Online Predators Act. The law was championed by Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, who would like to see 17 other social networking sites do that same. Of course, NAMBLAspace is exempted.
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