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There's nothing 'inconsistent' about the ruling. Read it before you comment. There can be no crime for 'accessing' a website, like Google (which, by the way, was also banned under the law at issue) if you are using it for 'communication.' The problem with this law was it criminalized just about any internet access in the 21st century regardless of intent. the law should focus on 'criminal' acts committed or attempted online. We ARE a country of LAWS, not men. the legislators simply need to go back and re-write the law to prohibit criminal acts committed by these or any other people while on social networks whether it is FB, Twitter, MySpace, Yahoo, or Google. I know this comment will garner much negativity, BUT, that will NOT change the legal facts of the case.

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