Bloomberg.com reports that the popular social networking site MySpace is creating technology to help keep registered sex offenders from using the site. The site, in conjunction with Sentinel Tech Holding Corp., will build a searchable database of the United States’ registered sex offenders, based on government records. MySpace said that it will employ people 24 hours a day to monitor the site for convicted sex offenders, and that Sentinel would update the registry with new offenders, as well as information such as age, physical descriptions, and unique features such as scars or tattoos…