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For a modest fee, traffickers can post sex ads of women and children they control with force or fraud. According to Dawn Hawkins, executive director for the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, Backpage posts one million sex ads a day. According to the Justice Department, more than half of known victims in the U. In December, Backpage sued the Department of Justice to prevent the enforcement of a new anti-trafficking law. Backpage is the go-to site for law enforcement investigating sex trafficking.
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