The saga continues...
It seems there is no shortage of examples when it comes to users' stupidity on MySpace.
First there is the story of a 48 year old man who "lured girls" ages 13 -15 to his trailer to smoke his legally-posessed marijuana with him using his MySpace page. From the article:
Yet another MySpace user is paying for his profile. Maybe he should have opted for a private profile...or none at all.
Student Press Law Center is reporting that two students are being sued over a fake MySpace profile. Anna Draker, a high school principal at Clark High School in Texas claims that two students, "Benjamin Schreiber and Ryan Todd, both 16 years old, created a MySpace profile for her and posted false information, including doctored photographs, fabricated quotes and information indicating Draker was a lesbian."
Draker, a mother of two, claims out of pocket losses from missing work days and medical expenses.
Yahoo! news is reporting on a murder plot over a MySpace page that went down in Arizona.
Heather Michelle Kane, 22, was arrested after paying an undercover police officer $500 dollars up front and another $500 dollars when the job was done, to kill a woman who's picture appeared on her boyfriend's MySpace profile, requesting a picture of her dead body.
As blogged by my good friend Jeff, Steorn, an Irish company, has apparently come up with a method of producing clean, free energy. This has come with some scrutiny being that it defies a basic law of physics, the one that says energy can neither be created, nor destroyed. It can only change in form. This is exciting as it means never having to charge your cell phone, electricity would be virtually free, and cars could run on electricity without having to recharge.