After some legal issues earlier in the week, MySpace has decided to participate in the Amber Alert program, issuing alerts to people in geographical areas where an abduction has occured.

NEW YORK —  Popular online social network MySpace said on Tuesday it will begin sending online alerts to users in certain U.S. regions to help find missing children as part of an expansion of plans to expand safeguards for users.

MySpace struck a partnership with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children to enable MySpace AMBER alerts, a program between the media and law enforcement to issue early warning broadcast bulletins in serious child abduction cases.

Source:  FOX News

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