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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Craigslist Tells House Judiciary Committee It Has Shut Down US Adult Services Section Of Its Site

From the New York Times: a Craigslist official and a member of its legal team told the House Judiciary Committee Wednesday that the website has "discontinued" its adult services section. However, CNN reports that concerns continue over sex trafficking in children on other sites, such as Backpage.com. CNN also notes that the adult sex services section of Craiglist is still available in foreign countries.

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