MySpace, like Xanga, Gather, FacePlace, etc all have a role, I suppose, that they fill. However, with little understanding and even less supervision, children have become, at best, unwilling contributors to wrecking their reputation and, at worst, prey for animals. A visit to any one of these sites will reveal more than you ever wanted to see of young children acting much older then they are. And, yes, the internet is free speech in its purest form... kind of. But, sometimes, some things are better left unsaid or unphotographed for the good of the people that most often become unwilling victims.