In response to the Senate passing H. Even the platonic ones.
Early Friday morning, Craigslist made a public pos t regarding the bill commonly known as FOSTA Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act that explained the logic behind their decision to shut down one of the most widely-used subsections of the platform. The message was straight and to the point:. Any tool or service can be misused.
Hopefully we can bring them back some day. To the millions of spouses, partners, and couples who met through craigslist, we wish you every happiness!
In a post-FOSTA world, websites like Craigslist where sex workers commonly posted for their services would be legally responsible for the whatever kinds of illegal interactions users ultimately took part in. In the most ideal of situations, a bill like FOSTA could play a role in fighting off sex trafficking. In reality though, the bill as is the case here is causing a chilling effect that gooses sites like Craigslist to close up at least part of their shop and actively hurts consenting sex workers who rely on the website.
Ah, yes. Yes, at first it might stop ISPs from charging more money for huge bandwidth users, but eventually, the actual content will be regulated.
Maybe certain religious ideas will be banned. The A. By Charles Pulliam-Moore.
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