Proposition 35

The California ballot includes a proposition that would require all registrants to disclose internet activities and identities within 24 hours of its passage.  This requirement is hidden within Proposition 35 which states its focus is upon stopping human trafficking.  The proposition would also require anyone convicted as a sex trafficker to register as a sex offender.

Supporters of this proposition include the California Statewide Law Enforcement Association and the Police Officers Research Association.  It is not surprising then that fines collected from sex traffickers will be used for law enforcement!  The combined investment of these two organizations — reported as about $700,000 — could pay great dividends since individual fines could reach $1.5 million.

California RSOL joins organizations such as the California Association for Criminal Justice. the California Council of Churches, and the Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club in opposing Proposition 35.  Please vote NO on Proposition 35 to protect the privacy of more than 100,000 citizens!

If this proposition should pass, California RSOL will participate in legal action to stop enforcement of this proposition.

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I don’t understand when I have registered in the past they already have me give them my email and any social networking as it is on the form are you all saying they had no right to make me give them this information until now


You need to read penal code section 290 in detail. It pertains to EXACTLY what you need to provide to the police, what the timing of each of these events are that require you to update your information and what the consequences of not providing the information mean to you. Informed is protected. Here is a link to the law as it now stands:

just checking in…I was told that a hold was placed on the law. Does that mean we don’t have to head downtown to update my husbands registry? I have downloaded a copy of the court order….just want to make sure it it legit and we aren’t missing anything. We are in San Jose, CA.

TRO is in effect until 11/19 … Keep coming to this site and it will keep you updated, best they can! Thank you Janice & crew.

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