Email/Instant Message Logins Required

28.725(1)(f):  Conditions requiring individual to report in person and provide notice to registering authority; release of incarcerated individual; notice; compliance.

(1) An individual required to be registered under this act who is a resident of this state shall report in person and notify the registering authority having jurisdiction where his or her residence or domicile is located immediately {within 3 business days} after any of the following occur:

(f) The individual establishes any electronic mail or instant message address, or any other designations used in internet communications or postings.

28.727(1)(i):  Registration information; format; fee; requirements; forwarding registration, notice, and verification information to federal bureau of investigation, local agencies, and other registering jurisdictions.

(1) Registration information obtained under this act shall be forwarded to the department in the format the department prescribes. Except as provided in section 28.725b(3), a $50.00 registration fee shall accompany each original registration. All of the following information shall be obtained or otherwise provided for registration purposes:

(i) All electronic mail addresses and instant message addresses assigned to the individual or routinely used by the individual and all login names or other identifiers used by the individual when using any electronic mail address or instant messaging system.

 

28.728(1)(i) & (3)(e):  Law enforcement database; information to be contained for each registered individual; public internet website; compilation; availability; removal.

(1) The department shall maintain a computerized law enforcement database of registrations and notices required under this act. The law enforcement database shall contain all of the following information for each individual registered under this act:

(i) All electronic mail addresses and instant message addresses assigned to the individual or routinely used by the individual and all login names or other identifiers used by the individual when using any electronic mail address or instant messaging system.

(3) The following information shall not be made available on the public internet website described in subsection (2):

(e) Any electronic mail addresses and instant message addresses assigned to the individual or routinely used by the individual and any login names or other identifiers used by the individual when using any electronic mail address or instant messaging system.

 

WRITTEN BY: CoalitionUR