A South Carolina law says registered sex offenders are not allowed on websites that allow the exchange of information — so basically all social media. Now the Supreme Court is arguing whether or not that law is constitutional.
The man fighting the law says it takes away the offender’s ability to get information.
But the state argues, “It’s not the entire internet that is being taken away from these offenders. They can still have their own blog. They can read blogs. They can do podcasts. They can go to nytimes.com.”
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