House To Vote On Online Sex Trafficking Bill

House To Vote On Online Sex Trafficking Bill
The House votes Tuesday on a bill giving prosecutors and victims more power to hold websites accountable for sex trafficking on their platforms. Some companies and digital rights groups oppose it, saying it will chip away at the legal immunity that’s a pillar of the Internet. Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, who wrote the Senate version, tells NPR the tech industry is overreacting.

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