A sex offender who used the Internet to lure young victims and traffic in child pornography may be barred from using a computer or any other device with online capabilities, even in the performance of his job, a New York federal judge has held. The ruling comes in the latest in a series of cases where judges have struggled with the legal, pragmatic and appropriate Internet restraints that may be imposed as a condition of probation or parole.
Federal Judge: Sex Offender May Be Barred From Going Online
New York Law Journal
January 12, 2005