One reason for this is that Internet use in the early 2000s was largely concentrated among tech-savvy individuals who had higher educations and incomes, "statuses hard to obtain by those with impulsive and violent inclinations," the study found.
Basically, violent predators tend to be anti-social individuals who generally lack the skills to manipulate kids through online banter.
Earlier this year, the site also released a joint statement between My Space and the nation's attorneys general, focusing on age verification and the protection of minors already on My Space.
Though social networking sites like Facebook and My Space have come under fire in recent years as havens for sexual predators, incidents of predators actually contacting teens through these sites are less prevalent than media reports might suggest, according to a study released this week.
Children who have a history of sexual or physical abuse, are dealing with family problems or have a history of risk-taking behavior are also more likely to be drawn into questionable scenarios with online predators, the study said.
Girls were more likely to be victimized than boys, though gay boys or those who were confused about their sexuality were also susceptible to predators, the study said. On the whole, offenders are a "diverse group that cannot be accurately characterized with one-dimensional labels," the report said.
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