So Facebook gets the online identifiers of registrants from each States law enforcement department. As I commented earlier about how the E-STOP Law works in New York State and how the New York State Attorney General made a deal with Facebook to provide registrants information to Facebook. Wouldn’t that make the E-STOP law invalid? as a result of the Packingham ruling. Wouldn’t law enforcement departments need to stop providing online identifiers to Facebook and stop collecting them from registrants? If that happens then Facebook would find it hard to remove registrants accounts, as they would not have the online identifiers anymore. It wasn’t the public that pushed to keep registrants off Facebook and it wasn’t Facebook that pushed to have registrants off Facebook. It was such Attorney Generals that pushed for it.