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A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday the Indiana law banning registered sex offenders from using Facebook and other social networking sites often visited by children is unconstitutional. The class-action lawsuit was filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana (ACLU) on behalf of a man convicted of child exploitation, along with several other offenders who were no longer on probation.

Circuit of Appeals in Chicago overturned a federal judge’s decision to ban sex offenders from visiting the websites, saying the “blanket ban” was too broad and did not protect children. In her ruling, Pratt wrote the social networking sites and chat rooms created a “virtual playground” for sexual predators to lurk.

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A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday the Indiana law banning registered sex offenders from using Facebook and other social networking sites often visited by children is unconstitutional. The class-action lawsuit was filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana (ACLU) on behalf of a man convicted of child exploitation, along with several other offenders who were no longer on probation. Circuit of Appeals in Chicago overturned a federal judge’s decision to ban sex offenders from visiting the websites, saying the “blanket ban” was too broad and did not protect children. In her ruling, Pratt wrote the social networking sites and chat rooms created a “virtual playground” for sexual predators to lurk.How many people do you know who talk about what they would do with an extra $1,000/month…but if you ask them what they’ve done to earn more, they start mumbling about how they’re “still looking for an idea…”?

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A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday the Indiana law banning registered sex offenders from using Facebook and other social networking sites often visited by children is unconstitutional. The class-action lawsuit was filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana (ACLU) on behalf of a man convicted of child exploitation, along with several other offenders who were no longer on probation.

Circuit of Appeals in Chicago overturned a federal judge’s decision to ban sex offenders from visiting the websites, saying the “blanket ban” was too broad and did not protect children. In her ruling, Pratt wrote the social networking sites and chat rooms created a “virtual playground” for sexual predators to lurk.

How many people do you know who talk about what they would do with an extra $1,000/month…but if you ask them what they’ve done to earn more, they start mumbling about how they’re “still looking for an idea…”?

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A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday the Indiana law banning registered sex offenders from using Facebook and other social networking sites often visited by children is unconstitutional. The class-action lawsuit was filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana (ACLU) on behalf of a man convicted of child exploitation, along with several other offenders who were no longer on probation. Circuit of Appeals in Chicago overturned a federal judge’s decision to ban sex offenders from visiting the websites, saying the “blanket ban” was too broad and did not protect children. In her ruling, Pratt wrote the social networking sites and chat rooms created a “virtual playground” for sexual predators to lurk.How many people do you know who talk about what they would do with an extra $1,000/month…but if you ask them what they’ve done to earn more, they start mumbling about how they’re “still looking for an idea…”?

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A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday the Indiana law banning registered sex offenders from using Facebook and other social networking sites often visited by children is unconstitutional. The class-action lawsuit was filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana (ACLU) on behalf of a man convicted of child exploitation, along with several other offenders who were no longer on probation.

Circuit of Appeals in Chicago overturned a federal judge’s decision to ban sex offenders from visiting the websites, saying the “blanket ban” was too broad and did not protect children. In her ruling, Pratt wrote the social networking sites and chat rooms created a “virtual playground” for sexual predators to lurk.

How many people do you know who talk about what they would do with an extra $1,000/month…but if you ask them what they’ve done to earn more, they start mumbling about how they’re “still looking for an idea…”?

I’m giving away $1,001 as an experiment to see what one of you will do with it. All I ask is that you tell me how you spent the money. Because Indian people always add an extra 1.) I’ll pick the winner on Monday 4/23.

,001 as an experiment to see what one of you will do with it. All I ask is that you tell me how you spent the money. Because Indian people always add an extra 1.) I’ll pick the winner on Monday 4/23.

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