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The sheriff’s office now have 13 open criminal investigations based on the list provided by WINK News. ‘Quite a task’ Sexual predators must check in with law enforcement four times a year; two times annually for sex offenders. Stuff of a criminal nature, it’s easier to be behind the screen and commit crimes, then it is to do that in person.” The four detectives in the sexual offender unit, the only dedicated one in Southwest Florida, spend the majority of their time knocking on doors to validate an offender’s listed home address.
Registering social media information is one of 19 registration requirements sex offenders in Florida must comply to. “In so far as monitoring their day-to-day (social media) postings, no we do not,” Richard said.
Internet horror stories passed around on forums and other sites to disturb and frighten readers.
Includes stories from Slender Man, a fictional character that inspired two 12-year-old Wisconsin girls to stab and nearly kill a friend.
Chief Judge Brian Jackson ruled Thursday that the law, which took effect in August, imposed “a sweeping ban on many commonly read news and information websites,” as well as social networking sites.
The definition of “chat room” in the law is so broad, for instance, the court’s own website could fall under the ban, he said.
He used a First Amendment argument to scrap the law, which took effect in August, and created a “near total ban on internet access” for sex offenders.
That’s all well and good, although Facebook isn’t exactly pleased….
Sex offenders are the easiest people to take away rights from. Their crimes are heinous, it’s unclear if recurring sex offenders can ever be “cured,” and if they ever get out of jail, even most progressives are happy to severely curtail their rights and freedoms.
It’s tough to take a public stand for the rights of pedos. Yesterday, a Louisiana federal judge struck down a state law barring sex offenders from Facebook and other social media.
Judge Jackson also took issue with the law’s requirement that offenders who are no longer under court supervision seek an exemption from a judge to access social-networking sites legally.