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Miley Cyrus, also known as year-old the teen sensation Hannah Montana, is once again in the news for some allegedly racy photographs. It took all of about 10 minutes to track down the entire set shown to left - click to enlarge. They've been touted around the blogosphere though as they were the most scandalous thing, unnecessarily censored at a number of blogs , being played up as if there were actual child pornography being traded. The last time we spoke of Cyrus, it was when she was making a splash with an UStream online broadcast red carpet event, and her image was still fairly pristine. Relative to actual teen culture, Miley's controversial images are pretty tame, but it hasn't stopped them from tarnishing her public image and garnering veiled reprimands from her employer, Disney. The pictures allegedly were uploaded to her MySpace profile, and then apparently leaked by the type of friends who make it unnecessary to have enemies. They've since made the rounds to all the typical tabloid style blogs out there, and of course all the folks posting them have made the appropriate amount of dismay and analysis on how this is going to ruin her career. Hits a little too close to home. I have sons, so thankfully I don't have the concern that many parents do, but as uncle to an inordinately large number of nieces, some of which I've helped raise since they were in diapers, I don't have to imagine the shock of what it's like to see your little baby grow up to finally log on to MySpace the very first time. My brother's daughter a few months ago reached her teen years, and my brother called me up semi-panicked the day he discovered her MySpace profile.