UK/Oz police won’t share sex offender info

uk: Sex offenders can use social sites, say police
Convicted sex offenders should not be prevented from using social networking sites such as MySpace, Scotland Yard said yesterday. The Metropolitan Police said that it had no plans to share information about sex offenders with sites such as MySpace and Bebo with a view to having the profiles of such people taken down. “Just because you’re a convicted offender doesn’t mean you’re still offending,” a spokeswoman said. “Why would we pursue them in this way? These are people who have served their time.” No watching the online predators
Sex predators remain free to prey on underage members of popular internet websites such as MySpace because Australian regulations do not keep sufficiently detailed records of their actions.

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