Webwork - 4:35 am on Sep 5, 2010 (gmt 0)
I just ran a search for adult personals San . . .. With CraigsList gone I'll take the search results as indicating 1 down . . and 4,800,000 likely/potential public nuisances to go. In one city. Today.
And if 1,000 of these public nuisances are "boarded up" each day then in 10 years there won't be any left, right?
Nonsense. The analogy of nuisance ends at the reality of the Web, where a 1000 new "Xtrade nightclubs" can be spawned in a day. It's a pandemic, not a public nuisance. But with the Xtrade, because it involves personal services, there IS a solution at hand that might actually hold some promise.
Identify and locate the victims and intervene. How? By calling them. They've given out a contact number. Call it and make an appointment. Then stage an intervention . . or rescue. But for heaven's sake, law enforcement or any other welfare agency has a contact phone number, can place a call and can arrange a meeting location and time. Exploit that as the most direct path and means to ending sexploitation.
Or take down adult personal website #1,343,740 and declare another victory.