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Darren Simpson, 32, from Malton, targeted girls and boys for many years by using a false name and pretending to be a young teenager. He sent the youngsters lewd photos and videos, and persuaded one girl to watch him perform a sexual act on himself on a webcam.
They were not easily updatable as only MSN Communities staff members could update the one page that each "community" had. Around 1998–99, MSN created the home pages, which were real Web sites much like Tripod or Geo Cities.
These had no message boards or chat rooms attached.
Among the charges were 20 counts of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity and ten counts of causing a child to watch a sex act.
Judge Paul Batty QC at York Crown Court described Simpson as “predatory in the extreme”.
Windows Live Groups, a part of the Windows Live branding, was never marketed as, or intended to be a replacement for MSN groups.