E-alerts on nabe sex fiends? Yes
By MAUREEN KANKA
Instead of continuously having to scroll through pictures, names or addresses of offenders listed on a state Web site, you can periodically view the site and have instant notification through an E-mail when an offender is living close by.
This would be very effective and appealing to many parents in this fast-paced world that we live in today.
The courts have ruled that the safety of children far outweighs the privacy rights of the offenders. A law that was thought of as impossible to uphold in the courts has firmly planted its roots in today's society.
Megan's Law and all of its byproducts have carved a place in history. This law will forever be the springboard to provide better safety awareness and protection of children and their rights.
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