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Still, it's a little sad to know that it's no longer an option.There was a brief era in which if you wanted to meet a random stranger for friendship, love, or sex—and let’s face it, there was a lot of sex—you’d go to Chicago Craigslist’s Personals section.The ads were like the Wild West of dating—full of spammers, weirdos trying to collect photos of strangers, and horny jerks eager to e-mail you dick pics—but they were often incredibly entertaining reading.The Missed Connections section was especially good browsing material—many posts read like personal diary entries full of internal psychodrama or the plots of Woody Allen films.The law has been used to shield companies from legal liability for the child victims of sex trafficking who may be advertised on their sites.The 2017 documentary follows several court cases brought by child sex trafficking victims against Village Voice Media, which hosted a website that accepted ads for sex.3, 2010, and there are no plans to reinstate the category."As a result, Craigslist lost the advertisers who paid per post in that adult services section.At the time, the consulting firm AIM Group estimated the move cost the company million for that year alone.
In response to over a dozen calls from state attorneys general to shut down the site's "adult services" section, Powell told the committee, "Craigslist discontinued its adult services section on Sept.Its usage peaked about a decade ago, when it bridged the gap between the clunky pay-for-play print personal ads era of the 90s and early 2000s (like the ones in the Reader, remember?) and the effortless swipe-a-thons of Tinder, Grindr, Bumble or whatever apps the kids are staring at on their phones all day.Since the 1990s, websites with third-party advertisers have invoked "CDA 230," which was passed during the Great Depression, as legal cover for content posted by advertisers that might be illegal.Human rights activists have been raising the alarm about CDA 230 over the past decade.