Carter Sherman. Iowa law states that a sex offender convicted of an aggravated offense against a minor cannot live within 2, feet of a school or daycare. He served 10 months in prison. Lawyers for North Carolina argued that the law was essential to stopping sex offenders from hurting children — a task that, thanks to the internet, is now more difficult than ever.
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Packingham, 36, was forbidden by a North Carolina law from using commercial social networking sites like Facebook that children could join. KELO -- Many people want to help out in times of need. Making A Difference.
Even if children are not on Facebook in particular, they still need to be careful on all social media sites. Making A Difference. When South Dakota's current law was passed in , some legislators lobbied for stricter rules. More Don't Miss.