5/14/2009

Responding to sustained pressure by law enforcement agencies nationwide, popular online classified site Craigslist will no longer accept ads for its "erotic services" section. Instead, it will publish an adult-themed section with postings vetted by employees to make sure they do not contain pornographic images or offers of sex for money. The move comes in response to the uproar over the April death of Julissa Brisman, who had advertised massage services on Craigslist.

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