State attorney Generals have seemingly stepped up the pressure when it comes to their demands on myspace operators to release info on registered sex offenders. This article is from

RALEIGH, N.C. Faced with legal demands from state attorneys general, said Monday it will release data on registered sex offenders it has identified and removed from the popular social networking Web site.

The company, citing federal privacy laws, initially rebuffed a demand from North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper and colleagues in seven other states who last week asked for data on how many registered sex offenders are using the site and where they live.
MySpace agreed Monday to provide the information to all states after some members of the group filed subpoenas or took other legal actions to demand it. The company said last week such efforts were required under the federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act before it could legally release the data,2933,274293,00.html