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  2. AOL Help

    If you're having trouble signing into your AOL account, don't give up just yet! Know how to identify and correct common sign-in issues like problems with your username and password, account locks,...

  3. Find and remove unusual activity on your AOL account

    From a desktop or mobile browser, sign in and visit the Recent activity page. Depending on how you access your account, there can be up to 3 sections. If you see something you don't recognize,...

  4. Myspace - Wikipedia

    From 2005 to 2009, Myspace was the largest social networking site in the world. In July 2005, Myspace was acquired by News Corporation for $580 million, and in June 2006, it surpassed Yahoo! and Google to become the most visited website in the United States. It generated $800 million in revenue during the 2008 fiscal year.

  5. Criticism of Myspace - Wikipedia

    Poorly constructed Myspace profiles could potentially freeze up web browsers due to malformed CSS coding, or as a result of users placing many high bandwidth objects such as videos, graphics, and Flash in their profiles (sometimes multiple videos and sound files are automatically played at the same time when a profile loads).

  6. Suicide of Megan Meier - Wikipedia

    Suicide of Megan Meier. Megan Meier in 2005. Megan Taylor Meier (November 6, 1992 – October 17, 2006) was an American teenager who died by suicide by hanging herself three weeks before her 14th birthday. A year later, Meier's parents prompted an investigation into the matter and her suicide was attributed to cyberbullying through the social ...

  7. Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Space Shots - Wikipedia

    There were 2 Myspace links, 1 remains for reasons outlined below. If 1 link is "inundation", then most Wikipedia articles are similarly inundated. The 2 users cited above may be familiar with SPACE SHOTS, and possibly FRONTIERS, but I don't know.

  8. Issues relating to social networking services - Wikipedia

    The most incidents are carried out by the victim's friends (36%) or partners (21%) and one in ten victims say their ex-partner has logged into their account without prior consent. The survey found that online social network accounts had been subject to unauthorized access in 60 million cases in 2011. Risk for child safety