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May 13, 2009

Craigslist Removing Erotic Ads

Craigslist is removing the erotic services section of the site, but keeping an adult category.  Details are in the Chicago Sun-Times.

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This change in policy will do very little to change the way that consenting adults hook up on the internet, it will simply change the website people use to do so. As Craigslist has placed increasing barriers like fees and restrictions for those wishing to post in their erotic section, competing sites in the space like Naughty Reviews, which offers free classified ads, have grown significantly. My point is that law enforcement is simply wasting resources with this current campaign as stopping the world’s oldest profession is just not possible in today’s day and age.

Posted by: Jacob | May 13, 2009 1:21:46 PM

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