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NY: Facebook and NY Attorney General Battle Sex Trafficking

Facebook and the New York Attorney General have formed a prolific crime-fighting partnership. The two have teamed up to find missing children and curb illegal gun sales. Now the Batman and Robin of Gotham justice are working on a new plan to battle online sex trafficking.

The latest partnership hopes to use Facebook’s mountains of user and ad data to identify human traffickers and child victims of sex trafficking. Full Article

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  1. ab

    Umm no. Drug trafficking, sex trafficking, organ trafficking, human trafficking, nor any other kind of trafficking is happening on mainstream social media sites. Also I doubt gun sales, traffickers, or victims will be found by sifting through Facebook user data….its an excuse to collect more information to track everyone in general.

  2. Ron

    Lets hope all this Facebook policing will eventualy lead lead to their demise. From what I’ve read, the younger generation is loosing their intrest in Facebook.

  3. Double A

    Life would be better without social media. Facebook and the rest of social media would do society a huge service if they disappear. That would be the best way they can help. We managed life without them prior to their inception, we can certainly live without them again.

  4. td777

    Yet more pretending to actually do something to make themselves look good when anyone with any sense knows they are not stopping a single thing!

  5. anonymously

    I would imagine FaceBook and Cuomo/Schneiderman will catch far more people involved in illegal gun sales than in sex trafficking ( actual sex trafficking, and not the FaceBook-to-prison pipeline where registrants go to prison for not correctly reporting their internet identifiers to law enforcement while doing nothing immoral or otherwise illegal ) , and especially if this spreads to Southern states. So they throw ‘sex trafficking’ and ‘missing children’ in there ( to gain public support ) , 2 things FaceBook has already for years been trying, lamely in the case of sex trafficking by creating a false sense of security by going after registrants who have a less than 2% rate of reoffense and are virtually uninvolved with sex trafficking ( unless they were specifically sex traffickers ), to address. FaceBook are wimps who scapegoat the weak , and may be scared of the wrath of NRA-types who may have saw what FaceBook/Kelly attempted to do and in some non-California states have been successful in doing to the 1st Amendment and could feel FaceBook is attacking the US Constitutional Amendments in numerical order now.

  6. anonymously

    I would imagine FaceBook and Cuomo/Schneiderman will catch far more people involved in illegal gun sales than in sex trafficking ( actual sex trafficking, and not the FaceBook-to-prison pipeline where registrants go to prison for not correctly reporting their internet identifiers to law enforcement while doing nothing immoral or otherwise illegal ) , and especially if this spreads to Southern states. So they throw ‘sex trafficking’ and ‘missing children’ in there ( to gain public support ) , 2 things FaceBook has already for years been trying, lamely in the case of sex trafficking by creating a false sense of security by going after registrants who have a less than 2% rate of reoffense and are virtually uninvolved with sex trafficking, to address. FaceBook are wimps who scapegoat the weak , and may be scared of the wrath of NRA-types who may have saw what FaceBook/Kelly attempted to do and in some non-California states have been successful in doing to the 1st Amendment and could feel FaceBook is attacking the US Constitutional Amendments in numerical order now.

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