Ban on social media for sex offenders unconstitutional, court rules

, The National Law Journal

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A federal appeals court has struck down an Indiana law that imposes broad social media restrictions on most registered sex offenders, finding it unconstitutional.

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  • ELois P. Clayton

    The state's "next step" my ***!

    There should be NO exceptions to ANY avenue these PERVERTS can use, to make contact with our children!

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