A Lawyer’s Point of View on Age Verification

I came across this great article from Anita Ramasatry a columnist at FindLaw.com and law professor at University of Washington that evaluates the demands the 33 State Attorney Generals have made to MySpace. The writer argues against one of the demands (raising the minimum age to 16) but contends that requiring age verification in social networks is a good point especially relating to the issue of adults posing as minors.

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