Law to Keep Sex Offenders from Social Media Ruled Unconstitutional
A federal appeals court on Wednesday said an Indiana law aimed at keeping most registered sex offenders from using social networking websites, instant messaging services and chat programs is unconstitutional.
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Since: Aug 08
#1 Jan 24, 2013
Parents need to watch and protect their children and not depend on Facebook to do it all for them. Of course sex offenders have no business talking to children but I didn't even think children were supposed to be on Facebook. You have to be over 13 to be on Facebook if I'm not mistaken, I know that's still a kid but many of these sex offenders are probably after much younger than that. Pedophiles prey on prepubescent children. Children under 12 should receive constant adult supervision. Protect children from sex offenders! Watch where your children go online and who they talk to.
#2 Mar 3, 2013
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