Myspace.com Promises Changes To Combat Sex Predators

Myspace.com is agreeing to make big changes to combat sexual predators.

Every state except Texas took part in the agreement which was announced in New York City Monday.

Soon coming, age verification technology, and independent monitoring, and other improvements.

Myspace acknowledged in a written statement that Internet safety is "an industry–wide challenge."

This comes after a multi–state investigation launched last year to find ways to better protect minors on the Internet.

Richard Blumenthal, a co–chairman of that task force, says it is a groundbreaking agreement.

Myspace has 110 million users worldwide.