Jim Buckmaster, Craigslist's president, said the deal with 43 attorneys general will allow legitimate escort and other services to continue advertising, while providing a strong disincentive to companies who are conducting illegal business. They should have no problem providing a phone or credit card credentials.
Craigslist filed lawsuits this week against 14 software and Internet companies that help people who post erotic service to circumvent the Web site's defenses against inappropriate content and illegal activity. Craigslist, which posts for everything from apartment rentals to jobs in dozens of cities, will also begin using new search technology in an effort to help authorities find missing children and victims of human trafficking. Police across the country have been arresting people for using Web sites like Craigslist to advertise the sexual services of women and children.
Buckmaster said the agreement does not cover Craigslist's personalwhere prostitutes have been found advertising for "dates. But this partnership is going to be active in that area as well, anywhere where crime does or could occur. Washington, D. Virgin Islands and Guam also ed.
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