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The “adult services” listing on Craiglist was removed late Friday from its U.S.-based sites and replaced with the word “censored.”
Craigslist did not announce the move and its blog was not updated as of Saturday morning. Craigslist did not immediately respond to e-mail and voice mail messages seeking comment. Adult services listings continue to be available outside the United States.
The change comes as the service faces growing pressure in the U.S. over sex services advertised on its classifieds network, as well as allegations that it abets human sex trafficking. While most of the listings on Craigslist are free, it charges $10 to post ads in its adult services section. It also charges fees in a handful of other areas, including New York apartment rentals.
Originally posted by Subjective Truth
reply to post by SeventhSeal
You are wrong on a couple of things. In Nevada the government does make money off of it. And they could do it nation wide in a second.
The real reason they dont make it legal is simple. What would this country look like if it was legal? It would look like crap.