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Backpage.com makes a lot of money adverstising sex, and those ads often feature underage trafficked girls. Years of litigation have failed to find Backpage liable.

How Federal law protects Backpage.com as place for underage sex trafficking

Backpage.com makes a lot of money adverstising sex, and those ads often feature underage trafficked girls. Years of litigation have failed to find Backpage liable.

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