Around lunchtime, sex worker rights organizer Maggie Mayhem explained the impact of recent SESTA (“Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act”) legislation which curtailed an existing law called Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, that protected Internet publishers from liability from the activities of members on the site. This, in turn, knocked lots of sex workers effectively off the Internet.

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