After a convicted sex offender who lives in Connecticut was arrested for not providing his email address to the state police, he filed a federal lawsuit.

U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Alker Meyer ruled that having to provide internet identifications is unconstitutional.

The judge states, “Despite the fact that the disclosure law has been in place for more than 15 years, the state cannot point to a single example of when its database of sex offenders’ email addresses and other internet communication identifiers has helped the police detect or solve any crimes.”  (CTPost, “Judge: CT should not require sex offenders to register web IDs,” Daniel Tepfer, September 16, 2023)


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