3"The minor shall not have a MySpace page, a Facebook page, or any othersimilar page and shall delete any existing page. The minor shall not useMySpace, Facebook, or any similar program."The minor is not to use a computer for any purpose other than schoolrelated assignments. The minor is to be supervised when using a computerin the common area of his/her residence or in a school setting."DISCUSSIONI.
Welfare and Institutions Code section 730, subdivision (b) provides that the juvenile court may impose on the minor "any and all reasonable conditions that it maydetermine fitting and proper to the end that justice may be done and the reformation andrehabilitation of the ward enhanced." The juvenile court has broader discretion informulating the terms of the minor's probation than that exercised with adultprobationers. (
In re Victor L.
(2010) 182 Cal.App.4th 902, 910 (
.).) "[E]venwhere there is an invasion of protected freedoms 'the power of the state to control theconduct of children reaches beyond the scope of its authority over adults . . . .'
Ginsberg v. New York
(1968) 390 U.S. 629, 638.) "This is because juveniles are deemedto be 'more in need of guidance and supervision than adults, and because a minor'sconstitutional rights are more circumscribed.' [Citation.]" (
, at p. 910.) Thus,"
'a condition of probation that would be unconstitutional or otherwise improper for anadult probationer may be permissible for a minor under the supervision of the juvenilecourt.'
In re Sheena K.
(2007) 40 Cal.4th 875, 889 (
).)Nonetheless, the constitutional doctrines of vagueness and overbreadth may limit thescope of conditions of probation imposed on wards of the juvenile court. "[T]he