Whether you’re from an older generation or you grew up with the internet, it’s fair to say that social media is a big part of our just about everyone’s lives today.
We get our news from Twitter. We hear wedding announcements on Facebook. Recipe books have been replaced by Pinterest and classified ads have been replaced by LinkedIn.
Most people have at least one social media account, but if you are on Florida’s sex offender registry, having that account can add felony charges to your record.
That’s right. We said “felony.”
Sex Offenders and Facebook