Facebook chief privacy officer Chris Kelly has put out a statement on the Keeping the Internet Devoid of Sexual Predators (KIDS) Act, which President Bush signed on Oct. 13. In short: Facebook supports the act and will cooperate with it, CNET reports. "We see KIDS as an important tool to prevent inappropriate outreach from ever occurring," Kelly wrote in a post on the company's blog about the law, which mandates that registered sex offenders have all internet identifiers, including eMail addresses, on file with the National Sex Offender Registry. "The penalties and consequences for registrants violating KIDS' provisions are so...

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