CNET reports that the popular social-networking site MySpace plans to offer new parental-notification software. The software, named "Zephyr," will enable parents to find out the identification information such as name, age, and location that their children use on the site. The software will not allow parents to read eMail or their children's profile pages. In addition, the system will alert the children that their information was being shared. This news comes during a time when 33 state attorneys general are contemplating taking action against the site unless it raises the minimum age limit needed to join the site from 14...

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