Legislation signed Thursday will allow New Jersey judges to restrict Internet access for convicted sex offenders and make it easier for law enforcement to monitor their online activity. The law would limit Internet access for certain sex offenders who are subject to Megan's Law registration or community supervision for life or who are on probation or parole. The measure was introduced after it was reported that some 7,000 convicted sex offenders had registered at the social networking site MySpace.com.
New N.J. Law Allows Pulling Plug on Sex Offenders' Internet Access
New Jersey Law Journal
December 28, 2007