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Facebook knew that it was profiting from sexual trafficking. Did it violate the law?

Facebook knew that it was profiting from sexual trafficking. Did it violate the law?

Editor’s Note: This story has been updated to include additional responses from Facebook.

Facebook made a surprising discovery while investigating how people could use their products to exploit others. A US sex trafficking network that recruits women from abroad and promotes illegal sexual services at domestic massage stores.

In a November 2019 report, the Facebook team, responsible for protecting users from real-world harm, advertised how investigations identified and disrupted criminal networks with 40 potential victims. Emphasized the findings.

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Facebook knew that it was profiting from sexual trafficking. Did it violate the law?

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