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LA Law To Sex Offenders – Update Your Social Media Status Or Else

 

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A new Louisiana law requires convicted sex offenders to reveal their status on social media websites, and if offenders fail to abide by the law, they face up to 10 years in prison. This means Facebook, Twitter, and everything else. Now, whether they will ACTUALLY update their status if to be seen, but I think this is a great step towards identifying dangerous sex offenders among us.
Way to go, Louisiana! What are your thoughts on this, ya’ll?

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