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August 4, 2010

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Wilhelm

Small victories are better than no victories. Read on the BBC Newspage today that Graig List is shutting down its adult services section. Thanx for your part in this.

Gailtiv

According to the Craigslist terms of use "craigslist does not control, and is not responsible for Content made available through the Service". Reading further down under the heading "Conduct" it seems quite clear that such postings are prohibited. So it's really up to Craigslist to block or deactivate such accounts to prevent this happening. To read the types of content Craigslist claim they will act upon check out the Craigslist terms of use here: http://www.craigslist.org/about/terms.of.use

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I put an ad on Craigslist asking them to shut down their adult services section in order to stop child trafficking and within twenty minutes the ad was flagged and deleted. But at least one person responded to my post before it was deleted and said they were not aware of this and they were a bit shocked.

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