MySpace provided two state attorneys general the names of 90,000 registered sex offenders it had banned from its site in response to a subpoena, the New York Times reports. The figure is 40,000 more than the amount previously acknowledged by MySpace, according to Attorney General Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, who along with Attorney General Roy Cooper of North Carolina are among officials pressing social networking sites to adopt more stringent safety measures. Last year, MySpace, owned by News Corporation, and agreed to set security standards after the web sites were criticized for not doing enough to protect minors from...

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