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The MySpace Middleman Isn't the Problem

Can we protect children without banning social networking sites in schools? Adam Thierer thinks we can. In this article from IT&T News, he writes that the newly proposed Deleting Online Predators Act (DOPA), which would require federally funded schools to ban such web sites, is taking the wrong approach. According to Thierer, regulation—and not restriction—will be the key to online safety in schools.

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