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NJ Law Bans Some Sex Offenders from Internet Use

kaufmanmoore (930593) writes | more than 6 years ago

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kaufmanmoore (930593) writes "A new law signed into law Thursday bans sex offenders who used to internet to lure their victims and those under lifetime supervision bans them from using the internet for non work related use. The offenders would be required to discuss their computer access to their parole officers and violations could result in fines and jail time. New Jersey joins Florida and Nevada as the only states to restrict internet use among convicted sex offenders. More details available here."

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