34-year-old Cory Hubbard is a convicted sex offender. He was convicted back in 2008 for using MySpace to lure a 13-year-old girl to a motel.
He’s suing MySpace because he says they violated his privacy because the court order used to gain his information was from Georgia but should have held no weight in California where MySpace is based. MySpace voluntarily gave police Hubbard’s information.
If you think that’s ludicrous check out what his lawyer had to say…
“Big Brother needs to jump through certain hoops,” said Joshua Millican, the lawyer who is behind the Hubbard litigation. “Otherwise we have no protection.”
So basically what he’s saying is that the privacy rights for child molesters outweigh the safety and security of their possible victims.
Good luck with that and let me know how that turns out. No judge in the country wants to be the judge that ruled in favor of pedophiles.