New Law Requires Sex Offenders and Child Predators to State Their Criminal Status on Social Media. Agree?

What do you think about the new Louisiana law that requires sex offenders and child predators to state their criminal status on their Facebook or other social networking page? The law states that sex offenders and child predators “shall include in his profile for the networking website an indication that he is a sex offender or child predator and shall include notice of the crime for which he was convicted, the jurisdiction of conviction, a description of his physical characteristics… and his residential address.”

We’ll be discussing this new law on Spreecast (real time interactive video) at 2pm PDT on Tuesday, June 26, 2012. Join us live and share your thoughts real-time chat or video (hint- make sure your mic and web cam are working).

Can’t make it? That’s OK too. All of our Spreecast are all recorded and you can watch the replay anytime by clicking on the very same link. RSVP today for this free Spreecast…

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