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Haley Halverson Joins EWTN to Discuss Amending the CDA

Last night, our Vice President of Advocacy and Outreach Haley Halverson joined EWTN News Nightly and host Lauren Ashburn to discuss the sexual exploitation of boys and men.  She also explained what Congress can do to help prevent the sex trafficking of children and adults online. Responding to a question about the alarming rates of sexual exploitation of boys in […]

Haley Halverson on EWTN

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STATEMENT: No Single Legal Reform More Vital to Stop Sex Trafficking

Washington, DC – As Congress returns from its August recess, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation calls on members of both the House and Senate to move swiftly to amend Section 230 Communications Decency Act (CDA)—a law that as currently interpreted by federal courts shields Internet companies that facilitate sex trafficking. “Classified advertising websites make […]

Communications Decency Act

Amend the CDA: No Single Legal Reform More Vital to Stop Sex Trafficking

As Congress returns from its August recess, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation calls on members of both the House and Senate to move swiftly to amend Section 230 Communications Decency Act (CDA)—a law that as currently interpreted by federal courts shields Internet companies that facilitate sex trafficking. Classified advertising websites make it as easy […]

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Background: Google’s opposition to Congressional amendments to the Communications Decency Act

In 2017, two Bills were introduced in Congress (S. 1693 and H.R. 1865) to amend 47 USC 230 of the Communications Decency Act.  While NCOSE has reservations about the language of these Bills and hopes changes will be made during the legislative process, we laud the Bill’s sponsors and support their efforts. Unfortunately, some in […]

2017 Dirty Dozen: Backpage.com

Thank This Tech Company for Standing Against Online Sex Trafficking

Oracle, a multinational computer technology corporation, became the very first major tech company to publicly support Congressional efforts to amend the Communications Decency Act Section 230, which currently allows broad immunity to websites facilitating sex trafficking. While many companies and activists in the technology industry have opposed these efforts, Oracle has taken a stand for […]

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