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Are sex offenders allowed to leave the U.S.?
Under North Carolina, federal, and international laws, people on the sex offender registry are legally allowed to travel across international borders. However, whether a registered sex offender is able to
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NARSOL webcast event: Building Your Advocacy Toolkit
On Saturday, June 19, 2021, NARSOL will host a live day-long webcast entitled, “Building Your Advocacy Toolkit.” The one-day virtual event will feature speakers and panelists who will present viewpoints,
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Google’s Scans of Private Photos Led to False Accusations of Child Abuse
JOE MULLIN — Internet users’ private messages, files, and photos of everyday people are increasingly being examined by tech companies, which check the data against government databases. While this is not a
CDC Inflated Data About Teen Girls and Sexual Assault
Plus: Lack of independence could cause childhood mental health issues, Biden follows Trump playbook on TikTok, and more… ELIZABETH NOLAN BROWN — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) inflated data
Is it In Person Registration or Interrogation?
DWAYNE DAUGHTRY – North Carolina has over 17,000 active citizens on the sex offender registry. Every six months, and sometimes every ninety days, registrants are to appear in person at