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“When the government starts gathering online profiles for one class of people, we all need to worry about the precedent it sets."The lawsuit, filed in San Francisco federal court, is demanding that a judge immediately block the measure's internet-reporting provisions. Michael Risher, an ACLU attorney, said Californians should be concerned that even though the bill only affects registered sex offenders now, the law creates a slippery slope for the same requirements to be applied to others.
Initially, the law required only those convicted of sex offenses and serious felonies to provide authorities with a DNA sample to be included in a state and federal database.
But in 2004, this expanded to anyone convicted of a felony, and in 2009, to anyone simply arrested for a felony.
Individuals on the Illinois registry, like registrants in most of the 50 states, have to disclose the following information to state law enforcement officials: all e-mail addresses, instant messaging identities, chat room identities, and other Internet communications identities that the sex offender uses or plans to use; all Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) registered or used by the sex offender; [and] all blogs and other Internet sites …
to which the sex offender has uploaded any content or posted any messages or information ….” disclose [the identifier information] to the following county entities: institutions of higher education, public school boards, child care facilities, libraries, public housing agencies, the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, social service agencies providing services to minors, and volunteer organizations providing services to minors.
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passage of a California proposition that would dramatically curtail the online, First Amendment rights of registered sex offenders, two civil rights groups filed a lawsuit to block parts of the overwhelmingly approved measure.*UPDATE: Citing First Amendment concerns, U. District Judge Thelton Henderson in San Francisco agreed with the plaintiffs, and late Wednesday tentatively blocked enforcement of the measure (.pdf) pending further litigation.
*Proposition 35, which passed with 81 percent of the vote Tuesday, would require that anyone who is a registered sex offender – including people with misdemeanor offenses such as indecent exposure and whose offenses were not related to activity on the internet – would have to turn over to law enforcement a list of all identifiers they use online as well as a list of service providers they use.
Continuing the one-step-forward, one-step-backward pattern that has characterized the cases examining the constitutionality of state sex offender registry statutes, the Illinois Supreme Court has upheld the provisions of the Illinois sex offender statute compelling disclosure of all “Internet identifiers” just a few weeks after the district court in Florida struck down, on First Amendment grounds, a virtually identical provision in the Florida statute.