Statute Blocking Sex Offenders from Social Networking Sites is Constitutional

Vol 31 No 8

Doe v. Prosecutor, 2012 WL 2376141 (S.D. Ind.).

Statute that prevented sex offenders from using social networking sites to communicate with potential minor victims was not overly broad because it was limited to sites that allow minors, did not affect many other online activities, and served a legitimate prevention function.

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