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Facebook, MySpace Join Forces for New Venture

Facebook and MySpace have teamed up for a new partnership that will allow users to link the two services and receive customized, entertainment-based updates on MySpace based on their Facebook preferences.

Sara Jay Celebrates 1 Million MySpace Views

Adult performer Sara Jay has surpassed a milestone in social networking — 1 million views of

Massive Security Breach Found on Facebook and MySpace

A developer has discovered a massive flaw in the security of both Facebook and MySpace.

Bree Olson Addresses ‘Bubba’ Controversy in MySpace Blog

Bree Olson caused quite a stir this week after walking off the “Bubba the Love Sponge” radio program on Monday. Today, Olson took to her blog today to explain her side of the story.

MySpace Hands Over Names of 90,000 Sex Offenders

MySpace today handed over the names of 90,000 registered sex offenders who had registered at the popular social networking site and been removed over the last two years.

MySpace to Unveil Browser Toolbar Tomorrow

Starting tomorrow, Windows users will be able to keep constant track of their MySpace profiles using a new toolbar that's compatible with Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer.

Vicky Vette, Sara Jay Premiere ‘Operation Awareness’

Adult stars Vicky Vette and Sara Jay have released a social-networking video called “Operation Awareness” on YouTube and MySpace.

Digital Playground Announces 'Pirates II' MySpace Contest

The three fans who start MySpace fan pages for the production and get the most MySpace friends sign-ups will win prizes including Sony PlayStation 3 game system.

Hustler's 'This Ain't The Munsters XXX' Gets MySpace Page

Hustler Video announced the launch of a MySpace page for its upcoming release, "This Ain't the Munsters XXX.'

Facebook Surpasses MySpace in Global Popularity

With most of its user base coming from outside the USA, Facebook has surpassed MySpace as the world's largest social networking website.

Pa. Probes MySpace For Sex Offenders

The Pennsylvania Attorney General said that the government is reviewing the records of approximately 200 registered sex offenders who also have accounts on MySpace.

MySpace Wins Against Spammer

Web marketing company Media Breakaway and its owner Scott Richter must pay $4.8 million to MySpace and additional $1.2 million in legal fees for bombarding MySpace members with unsolicited advertisements.

MySpace Plans Makeover

Social-networking website MySpace is launching a redesign of its website and tech functions next week.

MySpace Wins $234 Million CAN-SPAM Case

Social networking site MySpace has won a $234 million legal judgment under the CAN-SPAM law over junk messages sent to MySpace members after defendants Sanford Wallace and Walter Rines failed to show up in court.

Judge: 'Friend' Request Violated Protection Order

A Staten Island judge has ruled that that a "friend request" made via can constitute a violation of a temporary protection order like any other means of communicating with the protected individual, the New York Law Journal reported.

Analysts: Popularity of Social Networking Sites In Decline

Although Tom Anderson won't be pawning his possessions just yet, new numbers suggest that the social-networking bubble might be deflating.

MySpace Cutting Links to Adult Sites

Social networking giant MySpace has entered into an agreement with 49 states that includes the elimination of all links to adult websites.

Kick Ass to Update You Tube, MySpace Daily During AEE

Kick Ass Pictures has announced that they will be updating their You Tube and MySpace pages multiple times on a daily basis during the Adult Entertainment Expo this week in Las Vegas.

Flock Web Browser Promises to Unify Social Networking

A new web browser promises to give webmasters the power to unify their social networking in the same way Trillian unified their instant messaging, but it still lacks support for important networking websites.

MySpace Sex Offender Profile Deletions Do Not Apply to Canada

The measures MySpace has taken to delete the profiles of site members who are registered sex offenders cannot be extended to the Canadian MySpace market due to Canadian privacy laws, according to the CEO of the company contracted by MySpace to help find profiles posted by sex offenders.