Read the following at Inquirer. Now as much as I hate Myspace, and as much as I want to plant high energy explosives in their server rooms, I don't agree with the reasoning behind this. A 14 YEAR-OLD girl who claimed she was sexually assaulted by a man she met on MySpace.com has launched a $30 million lawsuit against its operators. The lawsuit is critical of the fact Myspace does not verify the age of its users and calls measures in place to stop grizly old geezers grooming sweet young things as "utterly ineffective." The suit alleges Myspace fails in its duty to protect minors. A lawyer representing the girl's family told reporters, "MySpace is more concerned about making money than protecting children online." The girl and her family filed the suit against Myspace owner News Corp as well as the 19 year-old accused of fiddling with her. The girl gave out her mobile phone number to the bloke after she met him on the site. She says that after the pair went out one time to see a film and have a bite to eat, he drove her to a car park and sexually assaulted her. And that's Myspace's fault. µ Pretty much agree with Inq there. Next we'll see people sueing email companies for the same "offence". The full story is here: Teen, mom sue MySpace.com for $30 million Why is it that after all the warnings and compaigns to educate teenagers about web safety, they still continue to do this? Something done in their good interest and they continue to ignore it. It's just stupid.