ChrisK. I’m sure other people here disagree and that is fine. I’m pleased their section that is personal is.

ChrisK. I’m sure other people here disagree and that is fine. I’m pleased their section that is personal is.

Yeah, also Manhunt remains to be and they’re light years better then Craigslist. Your other point is i’m all over this. Craigslist never offered a shit in what had been posted on the web web site. Plus, this really isn’t the site that is first down for intercourse trafficking.

I’m sure others here disagree and that’s fine. I’m pleased their individual part is finished.

Daniel-Reader

@mhoff you simply listed the websites that will power down if they face litigation for the thing that is same. You aren’t listing web sites which can be resistant to shutting straight straight down since no site can monitor all posters expense effortlessly.

Cylest Brooks

I will guarantee you that intercourse trafficking is terrible and real.

mhoffman953

The majority of regarding the web web sites we listed monitor their content WAY a lot better than Craigslist. Decide to try posting a photograph on Grindr that violates their instructions and observe how quickly your profile gets suspended or perhaps the picture gets removed.

No web site is “immune” if you read the actual text of the bill, the only websites that would actually face negligence charges in a court of law are websites that allow a “promotion or facilitation of prostitution and reckless disregard of sex trafficking as you say but”

Craigslist would are categorized as that umbrella because Craigslist does absolutely nothing to monitor it is content effectively and shows disregard that is reckless. Continue reading “ChrisK. I’m sure other people here disagree and that is fine. I’m pleased their section that is personal is.”