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It’s not going to help them find traffickers, it’s not going to help them end human trafficking, it’s not diverting resources to support survivors of trafficking or to support sex workers.It’s just an empty action to make people feel like they’ve helped curb something that they find morally ambiguous or morally wrong.”For Jinadasa and others with ties to the sex worker community, continuous attacks on Backpage ultimately feel misguided and disingenuous.Last year, NCMEC reported an 846% increase from 2010 to 2015 in reports of suspected child sex trafficking, which they surmised to be “directly correlated to the increased use of the Internet to sell children for sex.”Lois Lee, the founder and president of Children of the Night, a nonprofit that rescues trafficked children, released a statement claiming that ending Backpage will inevitably fail to end child sex trafficking.In fact, she argued that the website “made law enforcement’s job easier,” and that it “made them much more effective at rescuing kids and convicting pimps.” She continued, “The ability to search for and track potentially exploited children on a website and have the website bend over backwards to help and cooperate with police the way Backpage did was totally unique.” Lane told The Daily Beast that Backpage has worked extensively with her organization; additionally, they have made financial donations to Children of the Night for the past four years.On Monday, the advertising website shuttered its adult ads section, leaving bewildered escorts, sex workers, and clients in the lurch.In lieu of countless ads and bulletins, the page now boasts a single, blood red heading: “CENSORED: The government has unconstitutionally censored this content. Find out.”On Tuesday, four of Backpage’s top executives refused to testify at a Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations hearing, following a Senate report accusing them of knowingly facilitating sex trafficking.The property tax rates were those used for tax bills paid in 2010.

While Backpage hosts a diverse array of classifieds, its remarkable growth can be attributed to its adult advertisements.

She told The Daily Beast that, “Moves like this stigmatize sex workers when people conflate sex work and sex trafficking, and say that any place that supports sex work implicitly supports sex trafficking.” If sex work was destigmatized and de-criminalized, Jinadasa argued, sex workers could become crucial allies in the fight against sex trafficking: “They can be that person who knows intimately who is coerced and who is not on the stroll.” Additionally, trafficking survivors could feel more comfortable coming forward if sex work wasn’t widely seen as dirty and amoral.

Jinadasa explained that Backpage was a “safer” space for sex workers: “Being able to use the internet to put ads up gives you an opportunity to screen your clients, it gives you opportunities to be more choosy about your dates, it actually removes you physically from the street in a lot of ways, or it gives you an opportunity to meet people where you want to meet them, it gives you more power in the negotiation process, and it gives you more power to define your terms.”She continued, “Backpage has worked with law enforcement, has worked with the government to eradicate trafficking on their site, they have provided opportunities for people to sell sexual services in a way that feels safer and gives them more agency, and it has afforded sex workers an opportunity to choose if they want to work the street or not…What is particularly infuriating for me about this case is that it’s going to help no one.

According to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, Backpage is involved in 73% of the suspected child trafficking reports it receives from the public.

In the words of Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, “[t]he vast majority of prosecutions for sex trafficking now involve online advertising, and most of those advertisements appear on Backpage.”When it comes to child sex trafficking, precise empirical data is difficult to come by.