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Rob Portman (R-OH) would do little to stop the issue, while threatening the future of free speech and innovation on the internet.

SESTA aims to overhaul parts of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA), which protects internet services from being held liable for offensive content posted on their sites by third parties.

The pimping charges that were originally brought against Backpage executives have since been dropped, because of the sloppiness of the case from former Harris, who was serving as California attorney general at the time.

But the state is still moving forward on prosecuting the executives on money laundering charges related to the site’s role in facilitating, or profiting from, prostitution.

Additionally, supporters of the bill argue that the CDA, as it currently stands, leaves law enforcement handcuffed in prosecuting online sex trafficking. The CDA only prevents them from targeting online services for the third party content that appears on their sites.

He argued that prior to CDA, companies had to either accept liability and enact costly editorial measures for third party content, or essentially ignore moderating any third party content to avoid liability.

SESTA would lead these sites to stop moderating content altogether, because of the liability issue, thus creating a situation where sex trafficking content could become rampant online.

Thorn, for example, is a group that partners with tech giants and NGOs to conduct research and determine the best ways to prevent trafficking.

In 2016, Thorn helped identify and protect 2,020 victims of child sex trafficking, worldwide.

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