New Hampshire v. White, 2012 ILRC 3223, 2012 WL 6062701, 2012 BL 321269 (N.H. Dec. 7, 2012).
Not the typical posting to this blog, but interesting in light of MySpace's historical reputation as a social media platform for bands and musicians. A New Hampshire criminal court dismissed an indictment against the defendant for violating a state statute (RSA 651-B:4-a) that requires registered sex offenders to
report to law enforcement the creation of an “online identifier.” The Supreme Court of New Hampshire reversed and remanded, holding that a MySpace account includes “user profile information,” which, therefore, is an
“online identifier” subject to the reporting requirement of the statute (RSA 651-B:4-a).