Tuesday, January 16, 2007

MySpace To Offer Parents Free Software

The popular social-networking Web site, MySpace.com, will offer parental notification software called Zephyr, which will enable parents to determine what age, location and name their children are using to communicate with people, but won't allow them to access their child's e-mail. The Wall Street Journal (free content)

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