A law requiring sex offenders to disclose all of their internet identifiers, e-mail addresses, and sites to which they post content was recently challenged in Illinois. The Supreme Court of Illinois ruled that the law is Constitutional as it does not limit the content of sex offenders’ internet speech and any humiliation a sex offender suffers is a side effect and not the purpose of the law.

Read the story by Andrew Maloney of Chicago Daily Law Bulletin:


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