Google and Sex Traffickers Like Backpage.com - 미주 한국일보

Sex traffickers in America have the police and prosecutors pursuing them, but they do have one crucial (if secret) ally: Google.Google’s motto has long been “Don’t be evil,” and I admire lots about the company. But organizations it funds have for years been quietly helping Backpage.com, the odious website where most American victims of human trafficking are sold, to battle lawsuits Sex traffickers in America have the police and prosecutors pursuing them, but they do have one crucial (if secret) ally: Google.Google’s motto has long been “Don’t be evil,” and I admire lots about the company. But organizations it funds have for years been quietly helping Backpage.com, the odious website where most American victims of human trafficking are sold, to battle lawsuits Sex traffickers in America have the police and prosecutors pursuing them, but they do have one crucial (if secret) ally: Google.Google’s motto has long been “Don’t be evil,” and I admire lots about the company. But organizations it funds have for years been quietly helping Backpage.com, the odious website where most American victims of human trafficking are sold, to battle lawsuits Sex traffickers in America have the police and prosecutors pursuing them, but they do have one crucial (if secret) ally: Google.Google’s motto has long been “Don’t be evil,” and I admire lots about the company. But organizations it funds have for years been quietly helping Backpage.com, the odious website where most American victims of human trafficking are sold, to battle lawsuits Sex traffickers in America have the police and prosecutors pursuing them, but they do have one crucial (if secret) ally: Google.Google’s motto has long been “Don’t be evil,” and I admire lots about the company. But organizations it funds have for years been quietly helping Backpage.com, the odious website where most American victims of human trafficking are sold, to battle lawsuits Sex traffickers in America have the police and prosecutors pursuing them, but they do have one crucial (if secret) ally: Google.Google’s motto has long been “Don’t be evil,” and I admire lots about the company. But organizations it funds have for years been quietly helping Backpage.com, the odious website where most American victims of human trafficking are sold, to battle lawsuits Sex traffickers in America have the police and prosecutors pursuing them, but they do have one crucial (if secret) ally: Google.Google’s motto has long been “Don’t be evil,” and I admire lots about the company. But organizations it funds have for years been quietly helping Backpage.com, the odious website where most American victims of human trafficking are sold, to battle lawsuits Sex traffickers in America have the police and prosecutors pursuing them, but they do have one crucial (if secret) ally: Google.Google’s motto has long been “Don’t be evil,” and I admire lots about the company. But organizations it funds have for years been quietly helping Backpage.com, the odious website where most American victims of human trafficking are sold, to battle lawsuits Sex traffickers in America have the police and prosecutors pursuing them, but they do have one crucial (if secret) ally: Google.Google’s motto has long been “Don’t be evil,” and I admire lots about the company. But organizations it funds have for years been quietly helping Backpage.com, the odious website where most American victims of human trafficking are sold, to battle lawsuits Sex traffickers in America have the police and prosecutors pursuing them, but they do have one crucial (if secret) ally: Google.Google’s motto has long been “Don’t be evil,” and I admire lots about the company. But organizations it funds have for years been quietly helping Backpage.com, the odious website where most American victims of human trafficking are sold, to battle lawsuits

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