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NCOSE STATEMENTS TO THE PRESS

To contact NCOSE please email at Press@NCOSE.com or call 202-393-7245

Porn Has No Place on Public Transportation

National Center on Sexual Exploitation Urges Carnival to Reject Porn Company’s Offer to Give Passengers Free Porn Washington, DC (February 11, 2020) –The National Center on Sexual Exploitation urged Carnival Corporations to reject porn company, CamSoda’s, offer to give free porn to passengers being quarantined due to the coronavirus. “Pornography has no place on any…

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STATEMENT – AOC, Why are you Ignoring Sex Trafficking Victims Helped by FOSTA-SESTA?

Washington, DC (February 10, 2020) –The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is astonished to hear Members of Congress, most recently Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, question the value of FOSTA-SESTA, landmark legislation that makes online sex trafficking illegal and allows victims and their families to sue for damages. “We wish Rep. Ocasio-Cortez would listen to Senate…

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2020 Dirty “Baker’s Dozen” List of Mainstream Contributors to Sexual Exploitation Announced by National Center on Sexual Exploitation

Seeking Arrangement, Amazon, Twitter, TikTok, Among Top Contributors to Sexual Exploitation in America Washington, DC (February 6, 2020) – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation today announced its 2020 Dirty Dozen List, a list of mainstream entities that are major facilitators of sexual exploitation in the United States. Watch the video announcement at DirtyDozenList.com. The…

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Jennifer Lopez performs during the NFL's Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show sponsored by Pepsi

STATEMENT – NFL Serves Families Stripper Poles, Pimp Canes and S&M During Halftime Show

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation Blasts NFL for Promoting Sexualized Content Washington, DC (February 3, 2020) – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation called the NFL’s decision to promote sexualized content during the Super Bowl halftime show “disappointing.” “The NFL’s Super Bowl halftime show was wholly disappointing for the millions of families watching. When…

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United Airlines logo superimposed over a stock photo of the inside of an airplane passenger cabin

STATEMENT – United Airlines, Fighting Sexual Harassment, Starts Training Crews to Stop In-Flight Porn Use

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation Applauds United Airlines for Improving Its Policy and Removes It From the Dirty Dozen List Washington, DC (February 3, 2020) – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation applauds United Airlines for changing its in-person flight attendant training to include the issue of passengers using pornography on the plane. Flight…

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Wyndham Hotels logo imposed over the top of an image of a hotel room

STATEMENT – National Center on Sexual Exploitation Files Suit Against Wyndham Hotels, Super 8, Motel 6 for Profiting from Child Sex Trafficking

WASHINGTON, DC (January 30, 2020) – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation Law Center has filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, San Jose Division, seeking damages against Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, Inc., Choice Hotels International, Inc. and G6 Hospitality, LLC., for facilitating and profiting from the…

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STATEMENT – National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month 2020: Twenty Years of Achievements and Major Tech-Related Obstacles

This year marks the 20-year anniversary of passage of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act. As the nation now observes National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation reflects on progress made and work yet to be done. “We’re celebrating a remarkable milestone,” said Lisa L. Thompson, Vice President of Policy…

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STATEMENT: Survivors’ $12.7M Victory Over Porn Industry a Beacon of Hope for Other Survivors

Pioneering lawsuit and ruling against GirlsDoPorn.com creates a template for plaintiffs lawyers to help other survivors of the pornography industry’s abuse and exploitation Washington, D.C. – A civil lawsuit against GirlsDoPorn, brought forward by 22 women to expose the manipulation and outright fraud committed by the porn company, has reached its conclusion as a Superior…

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STATEMENT: USMCA Package a Boon to Online Sex Traffickers

Washington, D.C. – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) calls on members of Congress to insist that language mimicking Section 230 of the U.S.’s Communications Decency Act (CDA) be removed from the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).  “As USMCA negotiations with the Administration continue this week, members of Congress must insist that language shielding the…

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STATEMENT: Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Revisions (COPPA 2.0) Endorsed by NCOSE

Washington, D.C. – National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) has agreed to endorse the Children’s Online Privacy Act (2019) (S748/HR3900) introduced by Senators Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) and Josh Hawley (R-MO.). “In 1998, Congress passed the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). It was a significant step towards protecting the personal information of children online….

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STATEMENT: House Resolution to Fix App Ratings Moves to Protect Kids Online

Washington, DC – A resolution was introduced today by Representatives Mike Johnson (R-LA4) and Ben McAdams (D-UT4) to recognize the need for an independent app rating review board and for user-friendly parental controls. This resolution (H. Res. 721) is endorsed by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, a non-partisan nonprofit in Washington D.C.  “Greater transparency…

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STATEMENT: Instagram is “Predator’s Paradise,” Says International Group of Human Rights NGOs

Joint International Campaign Launched by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (USA), Collective Shout (AU), and Defend Dignity (CDN) Washington, DC – Today three anti-sexual exploitation organizations from three different countries—the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (United States), Collective Shout (Australia), and Defend Dignity (Canada)—launched a campaign to call out rampant sex trafficking, child sexual…

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