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EXPLOITED: Crimes Against Humanity

EXPLOITED: Crimes Against Humanity

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December 28th 2017: The Marketing of Commercial Sex Services: How It Is Changing

Backpage has long been a target of activists, NGO's, Law Enforcement and Congress. Backpage is, in fact, the "electronic auctioning of people’s sexual services,” while veiling themselves as only being in the advertising business. They insist that they are not responsible for what people sell once they advertise on their site. Millions have been spent trying to put Backpage out of business. Organizations launched complaints resulting in Backpage no longer able to accept credit cards. However, with credit cards, law enforcement could at least get a search warrant and trace the money. Now sex

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2560/exploited-crimes-against-humanity 30/09/2020 04:00 30/09/2020 05:00 EXPLOITED: Crimes Against Humanity https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2560/exploited-crimes-against-humanity Backpage has long been a target of activists, NGO's, Law Enforcement and Congress. Backpage is, in fact, the "electronic auctioning of people’s sexual services,” while veiling themselves as only being in the advertising business. They insist that they are not responsible for what people sell once they advertise on their site. Millions have been spent trying to put Backpage out of business. Organizations launched complaints resulting in Backpage no longer able to accept credit cards. However, with credit cards, law enforcement could at least get a search warrant and trace the money. Now sex trafficking investigations have become harder as Backpage began using Bitcoin, which can be anonymous and non-traceable. Tech companies spent millions developing algorithms to track keywords and emojis on the Backpage ads to help identify potential victims of sex trafficking. BUT, Backpage CHANGED again. Now they only offer phone numbers on the ads. So what is wrong with THAT? Join us this week! VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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