Purpose To protect mourners from harassment and invasion of privacy during periods of grieving. Section 1 This bill may be called “Travis’ Law” Section 2 Scope: Visitors to memorial websites are prohibited from posting obscene or altered photos with the intent to hurt or create a hostile environment. Customary standards of what is hurtful and what is hostile will apply. Section 3 Scope: Visitors to memorial websites are prohibited from posting statements with the intent to hurt or create a hostile environment. Customary standards of what is hurtful and what is hostile will apply. Section 4 Scope: Protesters and picketers will not be present within a distance that makes mourners aware of their presence. Section 5 Scope: Mourners must claim protection under this law by posting the words “Protected by Travis’ Law” on their memorial web site and in funeral announcements. This makes the mourners wishes known that they desire a peaceful environment, free of hostile acts, in which to mourn. Section 6 Penalties Violators may be punished by no more than one year in jail and/or $1,000.00 for each occurrence. Travis’ Law requires hosting companies to release to authorities the owner’s information of user accounts of violators. If the owners of such accounts are not able to be determined, the hosting companies will be required to shut down the owner’s access due to abuse.