NEW YORK, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Top global social networking site MySpace.com plans on Monday to unveil a campaign to educate parents, schools and teenagers about Internet safety as it moves to protect many of its young users. MySpace will announce a partnership with Seventeen magazine, the National School Board Association and the National Association of Independent Schools to offer parents tips on how to protect minors online. "While technology plays a critical role in tackling the ...
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