An American woman, accused of driving a teenage girl to suicide by bullying her on MySpace, has been cleared of one of the most serious charges against her.
Lori Drew, 49, was found not guilty of accessing a computer without authorisation to inflict emotional distress.
The jury failed to reach a verdict on another conspiracy charge.
She was convicted on three minor counts of violating the website's terms and conditions.
Drew, from Missouri, was accused of posing as a boy on MySpace to befriend 13-year-old Megan Meier, who hanged herself after their virtual relationship ended.