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2017 Dirty Dozen: American Library Association

Background Info on Communications Decency Act (47 USC 230)

In the digital age, sex trafficking of children and adults flourishes online. Why? In large part because Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) has been interpreted by federal and state courts to 1): prevent sex trafficking victims from suing websites that advertised them as for sale under either state or federal laws, and […]

2018 Dirty Dozen:

Policy Expertise & Legislative Strategies

NCOSE’s legal and subject matter expertise is sought out by legislators and advocates from across the country and around the world. Possessing a team with decades of experience and expertise at its disposal, NCOSE is able to offer guidance, strategies, and opinion that influence policy and law on a diverse range of topics. From the […]

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Amicus Briefs in Critical Cases

The NCOSE Law Center was asked to write a key legal brief for the Georgia Supreme Court in a case where a child predator was claiming he had a constitutional right to find children online and talk to them about sex in an arousing and exploitive manner. This line of argument was accepted by a […]

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Myth vs Facts about Amending the CDA: Human Rights Activists Respond to Tech Industry

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 […]

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2013 Dirty Dozen: Google

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