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2013 Dirty Dozen: Google
YouTube is a facilitator of child sexual exploitation by allowing a softcore pedophilia ring to flourish on their site. YouTube has consistently failed to take full responsibility for the cleaning up of this issue, often putting forward lackluster solutions. Spread the message that it’s time to #WakeUpYouTube. Advertisers like Walt Disney Co., Nestle, Fortnite, and AT&T…
Below is a joint letter by human rights activists, organized by IAmJaneDoe, to members of Congress regarding new legislation that could dramatically decrease online sex trafficking As organizations committed to the protection of trafficking victims, we are deeply concerned by the pervasive misinformation being posited in opposition to the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act of…
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….
Washington, DC –Thursday night, February 13, 2015, “Fifty Shades of Grey” was released in theaters. Dawn Hawkins, executive director of National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCSE), which is the leading organization dedicated to opposing pornography by highlighting the links to sex trafficking, violence against women, and abuse, reluctantly fulfilled her obligation to see the film with the purpose of educating others on its content.
We are living in the midst of an unprecedented uptick of more shocking and hardcore pornographic material being produced and consumed than EVER before. And society is only beginning to experience the devastating repercussions of the porn addict’s unchecked, decades’ old, free access to his or her drug of choice.