Georgia lawmakers are looking to put an end to pedophiles and sex offenders trolling for unsuspecting victims on Facebook and MySpace. Pop the hood for more.
With sexual predators on the rise, especially on the Internet, Georgia is taking steps forward to place restrictions on sex offenders on popular social networks.
With abductions growing at an alarming rate and child predators striking at such high frequency within the United States, lawmakers have grown increasingly concerned about how easily adults are able to manipulate minors surfing the Web aimlessly.
Introducing a measure later today, State Rep. Rob Teilhet is attempting to give the Georgia Bureau of Investigation the authority to send the information of sexual offenders to social sites such as Facebook and MySpace.