USA Today reports that citing privacy concerns, the popular social-networking site MySpace said that it will not comply with a request made by attorneys general from eight states to turn over the names of registered sex offenders who use the site. MySpace's chief security officer said that the company regularly discloses information to law enforcement agencies, but because of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, it can only do so when the proper legal processes are followed...


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