MySpace has taken the step of hiring a security chief. This is a good step, given the online predators out there. But what is disturbing is how Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal can investigate a company that is not based in his state.
A company that, in fact, conducts most, if not all, of its "business" online... and which has users across the country (including myself).
Mr. Blumenthal needs to re-read the Constitution - particularly Article I, Sections 8 and 9. State attorneys general have no business meddling in interstate commerce.