On May 1, Professor Annemarie Bridy and her co-author, David Post, presented their draft paper on sex offender registration statutes, anonymous online speech, and the First Amendment at the Freedom of Expression Scholars Conference at Yale Law School. The conference, sponsored by the Abrams Institute for Freedom of Expression and hosted by the Yale Law School Information Society Project, brings scholars together to discuss their works-in-progress concerning freedom of speech, expression, press, association, petition, assembly, and related issues of knowledge and information policy. Now in its fourth year, the FESC has become a fixture on the calendar of leading First Amendment thinkers nationwide and is the premier annual gathering of First Amendment scholars in the United States.