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On Thursday, New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced that through an initiative dubbed “Operation: Game Over,” several major gaming companies had removed the profiles of more than 3,500 registered sex offenders in the state. The day before, a Louisiana bill forbidding registered sex offenders from using social networking sites was approved by a state House committee. (A similar bill was signed into law in Illinois in 2009 and put on hold in California in 2011.) Late last month, , eHarmony and the Spark Networks signed a “joint statement of business principles” to attempt to screen out registered sex offenders.

Smoking a cigarette with the collar on his pea coat popped, he stares me down and I feel a little bit uncomfortable under his gaze. I wasn’t used to guys who looked like that paying attention to me. My boyfriend at the time was chubby, badly dressed, and juvenile. He once threw his earwax in my face, for god’s sake. MY FACE. But that’s a story for another time.

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