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Digital Life: 'Myspace TV' comes to Panasonic TVs

Myspace much? In the first half of the year, you'll have your own "Myspace TV" channel on new sets sold by Panasonic. Full story

Digital Life: MySpace co-founder: That place was 'a cesspool'

Remember your dear ol' buddy Tom Anderson? I certainly hope you do — he was the first friend you had on MySpace.Anderson left MySpace back in 2009 and nowadays he's seeing other social networks — and sharing his thoughts about them, as well as the site he  … Full story

Softbank to quit on Myspace in Japan: report

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These 7 sites no longer shine so bright

According to Gartner analyst Michael Gartenberg, site visitors routinely check the door to see if anyone else is leaving for better services. Like lemmings, they can pull up stakes and leave in a heartbeat. (Facebook, are you listening?) All you can hear are the crickets. Full story

Judge: School erred punishing teens over racy pix

An Indiana school district violated the First Amendment rights of two teenage girls who were punished for posting sexually suggestive photos on MySpace during their summer vacation, a federal judge ruled. Full story

MySpace could be sold for $20 million

MySpace, the social media pioneer that once was among the most popular sites on the Internet, could be sold this week for as little as $20 million, the website All Things Digital reported. Full story

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