Louisiana Court of Appeals opinion concluding that Louisiana statute, La. R.S. 14:91.5, which prohibits the use of social networking sites by select categories of required registrants, is narrowly tailored and does not violate First Amendment rights.
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals nonprecedential opinion vacating in part the district court's imposition of special conditions of supervised release concluding that the district court did not adequately justify restrictions on computer and internet use.
4th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion upholding conditions of supervised release prohibiting social network use without prior approval from a probation officer.
Colorado Court of Appeals opinion holding that internet and social media restrictions imposed as a condition of supervision for a sex offense do not offend the First Amendment or Colorado statutory scheme.
Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals opinion vacating lifetime supervised release conditions relating to employment where there was no connection between employment and the offense of conviction, but upholding two other conditions related to internet use and presence restrictions.
4th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion vacating conditions of supervised release banning individual from the internet, and from possessing legal pornography.
11th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion holding that lifetime computer restrictions for an individual on supervised release did not violate the First Amendment.
Montana Supreme Court opinion reversing a trial court's imposition of conditions of supervision restricting internet access, where the underlying offense had no nexus with the internet.
5th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion vacating, on plain error review, a supervised release condition that imposed a ten year ban on internet and computer usage.
New Jersey appellate court finding that blanket social media ban imposed on people on supervised release was unconstitutional under the First Amendment.