Audio interview with MySpace Safety Chief Hemanshu Nigam

MySpace has removed online profiles from about 7,000 registered convicted sex offenders. A group of state Attorneys General have demanded that MySpace disclose information about those individuals and, after initially citing federal privacy laws as a reason for not disclosing that data, the company and the Attorneys General have now come to an agreement regarding the information. Hemanshu Nigam, the Chief Security Office of MySpace parent Fox Interactive explains the situation and what the company is doing to protect children in a conversation with CBS News technology Consultant Larry Magid.

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Hemanshu Nigam

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