Sex Offender Access to Social Media Upheld in KY

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Kentucky’s registered sex offenders have the constitutional right to use Facebook, Twitter and other online social media under a new federal court decision, reports the Lexington Herald-Leader. The ruling came in a lawsuit by a Lexington child pornography defendant identified only as John Doe. Scott White, who represented Doe, said the laws that were challenged "effectively deprived anyone on the sex offender registry of access to . . .

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