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20 Dec

Doe was a class action filed in federal court by an Indiana man on behalf of a class of similarly situated sex offenders. Our state appellate courts have yet to weigh in, but I know of at least one case pending before the court of appeals. I’m sure I’ll write about the North Carolina case when it’s decided—both here and, briefly, on Twitter (@jamie_markham).

The suit challenged the constitutionality of Indiana Code § 35-42-4-12, which prohibits certain sex offenders from knowingly or intentionally using a “social networking web sites” or “instant messaging or chat room programs” that allow access or use by minors. If the goal is to prevent litter, the Schneider court said, you can’t restrict the speech of the handbill distributor. A thoughtful article on North Carolina’s social networking prohibition by one of the lawyers involved in that case is available on the N.

IMVU uses a strong verification process to keep users under 18 from getting the adult Access Pass, but there seem to be cracks in the system that allow adult content to filter out into public areas, making the site iffy for users under 18.

My 12 year old son enjoyed chatting with others who he thought enjoyed similar interests and writing stories was slowly introduced to role play chats that moved into mature language and sexual content and was told to lie about his age and to hide this from his parents.

I do not feel that some of these communities are safe or appropriate for a young teens.

Some of these communities can include gender and sexuality, self harm, creepypasta, slenderman, etc. My daughter and her friends are obsessed with this app.

A basic membership is free and comes with a limited number of credits, which can be used to buy avatar-related items.

For about a month, users can upgrade to VIP status, which gives them access to a wider variety of features, enabling them to create and host chat rooms, sell virtual goods, and more.

The state countered that it should not have to sit and “wait until a child is solicited by a sex offender on Facebook” before taking action.

Furthermore, offenders who establish residence in New York State but were convicted in other jurisdictions (e.g.

federal, military, or another state/country) must register if they have been convicted of an offense that requires registration as determined by the New York State Board of Examiners of Sex Offenders.

Any offender who has moved to New York from another state or country must register with the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services no later than 10 days after moving.

There are three levels, based upon an offender's risk of committing another sex crime and harm to the community: Level 1 (low), Level 2 (moderate), and Level 3 (high).