TRENTON, N.J. - A New Jersey appellate panel on Nov. 26 rejected two parolees' facial challenge to a state law under which they were restricted from certain Internet use after serving their respective prison terms, finding that the restrictions were "reasonably crafted," and permitted the parolees to administratively appeal particular details of the restrictions (J.B., et al. v. New Jersey State Parole Board, No. A-5435-10T2, A-1459-11T2, A-2138-11T3, A-2448-11T2 and A-3256-11T2, N.J. Sup., App. Div.; 2013 N.J. Super. LEXIS 172).