What is Myspace?
Myspace is an online social network and digital music library where you can upload and share music, videos, GIFs, photos and watch live streamed shows. You can also make friends, that are called connections, follow other profiles, send private text messages and publicly comment on posts.
Myspace is targeted at the creative community, connecting fans and promoting artists from all types of industries. Profiles are public and can be viewed by anyone, even if they don’t have a Myspace account, however you can change your profile to private by updating your privacy settings. You can find people by searching their name, email address or by using the search filters.
How do people use Myspace?
Learn more about the benefits and risks associated with how people use social networks like Myspace.
How can you report abuse, block another profile or delete your account?
- Report abuse
How to report abuse, fake profiles and inappropriate content on Myspace.
- Block another profile
How to block another user in Myspace and preventing them from communicating with you.
- Delete your profile
How to delete your Myspace profile.
How can you protect your personal information?
- Privacy settings
Learn how to make your account as secure as possible.
- Profile settings
Manage your account settings.
Key safety links
The terms you agree to by using Myspace.
The expected behaviour from you and other users when using Myspace.
Offers information and support with specific issues in Myspace.