Supporters of the bill, however, have argued that FOSTA is needed to remove what they say has been uncertainty over whether prosecutors have legal authority to go after the growing use of online sites by criminals to promote sex trafficking. It's ugly, there aren't enough guys, it's confusing, and you have to pay for it. The annual Conservative Political Action Conference, which functions kind of like a Gathering of the Juggalos for Rick Santorum superfans, is currently underway in Washington.
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Shoot the nerf gun at the garbage can and NOT me. They argued that the legislation would be a threat to free speech and limit the free flow of content on the Internet. Christie and Jindal and some great sessions. Backpage denied it did such things and insisted it had been working with authorities to identity any sex trafficking operators attempting to use its site.