Sex offenders challenge Suffolk law

Two registered sex offenders are challenging a Suffolk law that calls for closely watching online activity of convicted offenders.

Two sex offenders are challenging a Suffolk law.

Two sex offenders are challenging a Suffolk law. (5/20/13)

WOODBURY - Two registered sex offenders are challenging a Suffolk law that calls for closely watching the online activity of convicted offenders.

The Community Protection Act allows Parents for Megan's Law to act for police by monitoring offenders' online activity.

According to Newsday, offenders say the law violates their civil rights.

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