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Is the online sex trafficking era about to meet the ‘delete’ key?

This article originally appeared on FoxNews.com.  Across the web, online administrators are hitting “delete” on sex ads. Several websites built solely around prostitution and sex trafficking, such as Cityvibe, have begun going dark, and mainstream websites like Craigslist and Reddit are removing their “Hookers” and “Personals” sections which acted as thin veneers for sex trafficking…

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Power of FOSTA-SESTA Felt within 48 Hours of Senate Passage: Websites Move Swiftly to Shutter Prostitution Ads

Within 48 hours of the U.S. Senate’s passage of legislation combating online sex trafficking, several websites have shuttered their prostitution ads. The historic legislation passed the Senate in a landslide 97-2 vote on Wednesday. H.R. 1865 was a legislative package that combined the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA), sponsored by Rep. Ann Wagner, with…

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Lisa Thompson Joins EWTN to Discuss FOSTA-SESTA Victory

Our Vice President of Advocacy and Outreach Lisa L. Thompson joined EWTN News Nightly to discuss the biggest victory in the fight against online sex trafficking in decades, the Senate’s passage of FOSTA-SESTA. This legislation amends the Communications Decency Act to allow victims of online sex trafficking to hold the websites that facilitated their abuse accountable!…

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Craigslist and Reddit finally get out of the Sex Trade thanks to FOSTA-SESTA

24 hours after the United States Congress passed a landmark piece of legislation to combat online sex trafficking, with near-unanimous bipartisan support, the most significant legislative action in decades, major prostitution websites are going dark. They are doing this on their own! Of importance to me, includes a drastic change in policy by Reddit. Reddit…

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