California sex offenders shouldn’t have to turn over their Twitter, Facebook or e-mail account information to police because they have a right to anonymous online speech, privacy advocates are set to tell a judge.
American Civil Liberties Union lawyers are seeking to keep a voter-approved law targeting human trafficking and sex exploitation from taking effect while they proceed with a lawsuit aimed at overturning portions of it.
“Possession of this information may provide enough of a head start to save a victim’s life,” California Deputy Attorney General Robert Wilson said in a court filing in federal court in
Proposition 35, approved by more than 80 percent of
The measure increases prison terms for sex offenders and increases reporting requirements for them. Registered sex offenders in
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