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MySpace Destroys 12 Years Worth of Content to Become Even More Obsolete

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MySpace have been forced to apologize after accidentally deleting around 12 years worth of content. Long ago, before social media became embroiled in political debate and was accused of influencing democratic elections, were the (mostly) innocent days of MySpace. A predecessor to Facebook and Twitter, MySpace was a place for selfies, discovering new bands and trading pic comments with friends, at a time when nobody had heard of "bots" or given a second thought to Dumbledore's sexuality. During its best years, MySpace was also a powerful tool in the 2000s music scene, helping artists such as Fall Out Boy, Arctic Monkeys and Adele rise to prominence and the site even allowed users to have an artist's song play when people visited their own profile.

That was until Mark Zuckerberg came along and offered MySpace's aging scene kids a more mature take on the social media phenomenon with his new Facebook. MySpace attempted to hang on to its clientele with a series of updates and redesigns but these ultimately only served to push people towards newer, shinier competitors. The site never recovered and although MySpace is still in existence today, it runs on a far smaller scale with limited visibility in the mainstream.

MySpace have now suffered another major blow. As reported by CNN, a "server migration error" caused the site to lose photos, videos and songs uploaded prior to 2015. In a statement, the company said: "We apologize for the inconvenience." The report states that this mass deletion could potentially mean the loss of some 50 million songs.

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No offense to the creators, but this service has long outdated itself

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