Va. AG Wants Law Requiring Sex Offenders to Register IDs

Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell said he will seek legislation requiring convicted sex offenders to register their online identities with the state to help MySpace and other online hangouts more easily block access. If enacted, Virginia would be the first state to require registration of e-mail addresses and instant-messaging identities on the state's sex offender registry, McDonnell's office said.

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