Fear of fees and censorship multiply among MySpace users

News Corp.'s recent acquisition of MySpace.com, the world's most popular social networking site, has some of the site's 22 million registered users concerned about privacy issues, censorship and user fees. Rupert Murdoch's company purchased MySpace's parent company for $580 million earlier this month, but site co-founder Tom Anderson vows he is "not going to let things suck."

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