MySpace to Donate Database of Sex Offenders

News Corp.'s popular Internet social network MySpace said it will donate a national computer database on U.S. sex offenders to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. MySpace and background verification company Sentinel Tech Holdings Corp. developed a technology that combines close to 50 U.S. state registries, aiming to help police keep track of an estimated 600,000 convicted sex offenders.

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