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Access Denied: Backpage.com and the Case that Changed Electronic Human Trafficking Laws (Part One)
Episode 616th November 2021 • Parallel Justice • National Center for Victims of Crime
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“Access Denied: Backpage.com and the Case that Changed Electronic Human Trafficking Laws (Part One)” stars esteemed attorneys Jason Amala and Vincent Nappo. This episode, the first of two about Backpage.com, a classified adult website, paints a portrait of the resilience of survivors and their families in a groundbreaking case that redefined the way that we think about private sector accountability and sex trafficking online. In this case, survivors challenged a company worth $135 million and successfully held an industry giant to account.

 Learn more about these attorneys by visiting their websites.

Jason Amala  https://www.pcva.law/attorneys/jason-amala/

Vincent Nappo https://www.pcva.law/attorneys/vincent-nappo/

Visit the National Crime Victim Bar Association for referrals to victim-centered attorneys in your area. https://victimbar.org/

To contact compassionate, confidential support, call or text 1-855-484-2846 or chat at VictimConnect Resource Center at https://victimconnect.org/

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