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The act further states that if a person covered under the reporting provision switches providers or changes any of the monikers he used, he must send written notice of the change within 24 hours “to the law enforcement agency or agencies with which he or she is currently registered.” The ACLU and the EFF sued to stall the act's implementation, and a federal district judge granted a preliminary injunction.
The Ninth Circuit affirmed, concluding that the plaintiffs are likely to succeed on their claims that the law infringes protected First Amendment activity.
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