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Julia Dorofeeva

Myspace.com should have some privacy policy statement to protect teens from assault online or background check when registering people.

On the other hand, when we communicate online we're not protected anyway. It's up to us to be cautious when getting closer with interesting people. I suppose that girl was too open to everyone and these are the results.

What will be with that man I wonder?

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