Jan 11, 2008

Megan Meier - My Space Suicide

On Friday, January 11, 2008; 12:00 PM -- Daniel J. Solove, associate law professor at George Washington University and author of "The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumor and Privacy on the Internet," will be online Friday, Jan. 11 at Noon ET to resume his discussion about the Megan Meier-MySpace suicide case and the growing concern over the "Google Generation." Daniel J. Solove, Associate Law Professor, George Washington University and Author,

'The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumor and Privacy on the Internet'Click here to learn how to submit questions & join the discussion

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Barbara said...

This is so sad and disturbing at the same time. Did I hear that correctly? A mother was impersonating a teenage boy and messing with Megan's head? So an adult was purposefully and intentionally harming a minor with psychological manipulation and emotional abuse?!?! That to me is a crime.

Carol said...

I agrre with you on all points here. It is very disturbing and sad. One would think that these people would be prosecuted but apparently there isn't appropriate laws to cover such offenses.