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In Light of Google’s Positive Policy Changes, Work Remains

As our 12 Days of Action campaign has recently ended, and while reflecting on our recent successes and the victories yet to come, I am struck by the sheer magnitude of the companies we embark on changing, including Google, a company we are all familiar with. These massive companies with thousands of employees and hundreds […]

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Google Lobbyists Are Opposing Efforts to Amend a Law that Could Decrease Online Sex Trafficking

These actions come after reports reveal Google’s longtime support of Backpage.com, well-known trafficking website Today, Google lobbyists blitzed members of the U.S. Congress with this email asking them to stop their efforts to combat online sex trafficking by amending section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) in the respective bills S. 1693 and H.R. […]

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2013 Dirty Dozen: Google

Google Lobbies in Support of Backpage.com, A Known Facilitator of Sex Trafficking

Written by Margo Davison with Lisa Thompson A coalition of groups spearheaded by California-based Consumer Watchdog released an incriminating report entitled How Google’s Backing of Backpage Protects Child Sex Trafficking. The report exposes Google’s multipronged efforts to defend Backpage.com, a website notorious for facilitating prostitution and sex trafficking of women and children. About Backpage With […]

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2017 Dirty Dozen: Backpage.com

BREAKING: Google is a Mainstream Supporter of Sex Traffickers

Report Reveals Google Support of Backpage.com Yesterday a coalition of consumer and anti-trafficking advocates released a report documenting that Google has financially backed the efforts of digital rights groups to defend Backpage.com—a website notorious for facilitating prostitution and sex trafficking—from numerous legal challenges. The report cited evidence that Google and the groups it financially supports have […]

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2017 Dirty Dozen: Backpage.com

NCSE Applauds Google’s Removal of Revenge Porn, Insists on Action for YouTube Monitoring

National Center on Sexual Exploitation Encourages Policies for Human Dignity Washington, DC – Last Friday, Senior Vice President of Google Search, Amit Singhal, wrote on the Google Public Policy Blog that the technology company would create a complaint form for victims of revenge porn so that their images could no longer be found through Google’s […]

Google's Positive Policy Changes

2017 Dirty Dozen List – MASTER

Blindsided by bloggers, anti-pornography coalition regroups (One News Now)

A coalition of anti-pornography crusaders is wondering if the word of Google can be trusted.

Last week, OneNewsNow reported that Google had agreed to eliminate pornography and advertising for porn, and from Blogger.com, after three years of discussion.

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