Some bipartisan busybodies in the Senate are pushing a bill they claim will take aim at sex trafficking—but as usual, their lofty claims don’t square with reality. The “Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act” would do nothing to actually stop sexual exploitation, but it will lay waste to the legal framework that supports the internet as we know it.
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