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In the notorious case, Alaska v. Doe (Smith V Doe) Mr. Roberts stated in err the following, “,Registration itself imposes no affirmative disability.” A big fat fallacy.
Registration forms demand a wide spectrum of information. Therefore registration imposed a disability to remain silent. How else can a state learn about internet IDs without placing an agent over your shoulder to view what sites you visit. The right to remain silent is sacred, or it used to be. Without is the constitution is DOA.