Supreme Court unanimously overturns North Carolina’s ban on social-media use by sex offenders
“[T]he State may not enact this complete bar to the exercise of First Amendment rights on websites integral to the fabric of our modern society and culture. It is well established that, as a general rule, the Government “may not suppress lawful speech as the means to suppress unlawful speech.” … That is what North Carolina has done here. Its law must be held invalid.”
Read the article by David Post in the Washington Post.