The action comes after the U. Senate on Wednesday passed an anti-sex trafficking bill that could hold the website and others responsible for illegal activity if it becomes law. The company says the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act seeks to subject websites to criminal and civil liability. A message on the site says any tool or service can be misused and the company hopes it can bring them back "some day.
Edit Close. Toggle Menu. The classified site on Friday has taken its personals section offline in the United States.
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