Nov 092012
 
 November 9, 2012  Court, Online

Brendan Sasso reports:

Two civil liberties groups sued the state of California on Wednesday to block a ballot measure that would require sex offenders to turn over information about their Internet accounts to police.

California voters overwhelming approved the measure, Proposition 35, on Tuesday.

In addition to increasing penalties for human trafficking, Prop 35 requires all registered sex offenders to disclose information about their website usernames and Internet service providers to the police.

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