Sex Trafficking on FaceBook


Many reported the story, including Breakpoint, Resurgence, and First Things:

(No, not the one about Facebook)

Sex trafficking at the Super Bowl. And right there with the story are the Facebook buttons to “Like” and “Share” on one of the major media of the world used by sex traffickers.

About the same time, I did a search on FaceBook for a Christian denomination in an African country.  The first page on the search displayed its wares, and solicited for prostitution.

I could find no way to complain to FaceBook. Others told me it was no use because they do not care and that there are “thousands” of such pages.

I shared this information with some of the above sites, but no one had any interest to be informed and spread the word.

Here is one page with useful action points for those who care:


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