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Social media reporting did not violate First Amendment (access required)

Where a convicted sex offender was required to report his social media screennames to authorities, his First Amendment rights were not violated because the reporting requirements advanced a significant government interest and did not restrict his rights of free speech and association in a meaningful way. Background In 2007, Jesus Davila Bailey III was convicted of four ...