Groups Say Sex Offender Law Violates Free Speech Online

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Two civil liberties groups are going to court to block a newly approved California proposition that critics say could undermine free speech. Proposition 35 is aimed at combating human trafficking and child pornography and requires that registered sex offenders turn over information about their Internet accounts and service providers.

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