Court: Sex offender Facebook ban unconstitutional

This is pretty huge, and it’s a win for evil.

In Indiana, a law that bans convicted sex offenders from Facebook was stuck down as unconstitutional! This means that there is nothing to prohibit a sex offender from sharing the same space and making a connection with your child on Facebook.

And I caution you, parents, don’t be concerned with the Facebook profile you know about; be concerned with the alter-ego profiles where your child pretends to be older and looking for love…

PC Pandora computer monitoring software will let you know everything your child does on the computer, so you can keep them safe from sex offenders on Facebook…

January 23, 2013
Court: Sex offender Facebook ban unconstitutional
By Tim Evans, The Indianapolis Star

INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana law barring most registered sex offenders from using social networking sites such as Facebook is unconstitutional, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.

The law that bans sex offenders from using sites they know allow access to youths under the age of 18 is too broad, a three-judge panel determined, and “prohibits substantial protected speech.”

To be upheld, the appeals court found, such a law needs to be more specifically tailored to target “the evil of improper communication to minors.” CONTINUE READING›


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