Missing images have been plaguing MySpace home pages. "Users link to pictures that don't work," said a MySpace spokesman. "We can't control their links."
"We want to show pictures from other peoples' web sites but then they don't show up," said MySpace user Hacker666. "Sometimes they even pop up images that read we're stealing bandwidth!"
"I thought the Internet was supposed to be free. You host, we'll toast," he said. "Some people get really mad when you show their links. It's like they want to stay in obscurity."
"That, or they hate the inevitable spam it brings."
Hotlinked images is a growing problem on the Internet. It uses your website's bandwidth to show a picture on someone else's page.