Let us not pretend that databases can not be exploited. I wonder if this case falls under the , “ubiquitous nature” category expressed by Mr. Kennedy in N. C. V. Packingham. The electronic databases referred to as SOR are specifically for the purpose of barring. There is nothing ubiquitous or ambiguous about a law on its face ( in b\w) points to & uses upon that already done. It is a small limit yet the people will not abide. Even if one is removed in some part of state database the privately owned remains. This is why this thing is more or less moot.