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Constitution Violation?

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I have been charged with sexual exploitation of a minor, because I had contacted someone on a newsgroup, and later ordered some video tapes from this person. It was never disclosed that the person(s) in the videos were underaged, so I never suspected anything. As part of my sentence, the judge has ordered me to never have internet contact again. He says I can have a computer, but can never log onto the internet again. I have not agreed to this plea bargain yet, so that is why I am still online. My questions is, whether or not this is a violation of my constitutional rights. I cannot see how a person can be deprived of something that is almost a necessity of todays society.

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