Establishment of Accounts Internet-Based Social Networking by Inmates — Louisiana


Unlawful Establishment of Accounts on Internet-based Social Networking Websites by Inmates — La R.S. 14: 405

It shall be unlawful for any offender who is incarcerated and who is sentenced to the legal custody of the Department of Public Safety and Corrections to establish or maintain an account on any Internet-based, social networking website.

“Social networking website” means an Internet-based website that has any of the following capabilities:

(1) Allows users to create web pages or profiles about themselves that are available to the general public or to any other users.

(2) Offers a mechanism for communication among users, such as a forum, chat room, electronic mail, or instant messaging.



Whoever violates any of the provisions of this Section shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars, or imprisoned not more than thirty days, or both.


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If you or a loved one has been arrested for an Internet Crime, contact attorney Elizabeth B. Carpenter for a consultation.


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