Florida sex industry 'in a panic' after feds target advertising websites | Miami Herald
Amid a stifling on websites that provide to prostitution, the feds someone shut down Backpage, the grouped ad service lifelong derided as the go-to hub for anthropomorphous trafficking, particularly in southernmost Florida. And they’ve indicted the website’s founders and employees, alleging the company raked in tens of millions while knowingly facilitating the whoredom of minors. It was beaked as a resounding finish for law enforcement, but the demand for sex won’t stop.
It's been a lousy few months for sex on Craigslist. First, 43 state attorneys general patterned jointly to demand that the world's banging classified piece of land issue downbound its "erotic services" (read: prostitution) ads. Then, in March, straight on cue, a man in New York was dead by a teenager he met through Craigslist.