A new Georgia law requires anyone convicted of a sex offence in the past to hand over all their user-names and passwords to the government.
Mind you, this law isn’t aimed only at child rapists and suchlike. It will cover everyone who has ever been convicted of a sex related offence. In essence, what this law says is, if you err sexually once — however minor your crime is — you lose all privacy rights for the rest of your life. Oh — and did I mention that past laws have already made it impossible for these people to find a home or get a job long after they have finished serving their sentences?
Actually, I think these are great laws. For they further a very important principle: offenders must never ever be allowed to reintegrate into society.