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AP — Police in California would no longer be able to arrest anyone for loitering with the intent to engage in prostitution under a bill approved by state lawmakers on Friday amid debate over whether the move would help or harm sex trafficking victims. But Sen.
By Dan Whitcomb. The report, shared with Reuters by Childsafe.
AI, also shows that a landmark package of sex trafficking laws passed by U. AI, told Reuters in an interview that even as ad levels have begun to rebound, demand remains lower as sex trafficking has become more difficult and less profitable on the internet. A recent review of sex web ad sites showed men complaining to each other about the about higher prices and the difficulty in finding legitimate providers. Some openly lament the absence of Back.
Back and its affiliate websites were seized on April 6, in a U. Justice Department sex trafficking and child prostitution investigation. Free speech activists say the laws unconstitutionally burdens website owners with policing content. The Childsafe.
Demand for prostitutes dropped 67 percent and search volume plunged 90 percent immediately after the site went offline, the report showed. In a U. A sampling of the current found nearly three-quarters were duplicates, spam or scams. Website operators struggle to process credit card transactions or obtain outside financing.
Traffickers find the costs of running their illicit business in both time and money raising, Spectre said. Others have turned to social media platforms such as Twitter or Instagram, using a back hashtag to al their intentions. Spectre said the unreliability of classified ad websites has shown a shift toward hobby boards, where clients of prostitutes share graphic reviews of women, and sugar daddy s attempt to emulate dating sites.
He said the scattershot market of shadowy web sites, often incorporated overseas, that replaced it are often harder to track.
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