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H.R. 1865 “FOSTA”

The President signed H.R. 1865, the “Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act of 2017” (commonly known as “FOSTA”). The law is intended to limit the immunity provided under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (“CDA Section 230”) for online services that knowingly host third-party content that promotes or facilitates sex trafficking. As drafted, the law has retroactive effect and applies even with respect to activities occurring prior to its enactment.

While the vast majority of websites, apps and online services that host user content steer far away from promoting sex trafficking, platforms are often not aware of everything users post, particularly large social media or similar sites that have thousands or millions of users. Thus, without the protection of CDA immunity, providers may seek to avoid liability under FOSTA by simply deciding to shutter online message boards, “personals” pages, or similar offerings where the content of user posts might potentially trigger FOSTA liability. For example, following FOSTA’s passage in Congress, craigslist shuttered its personal sections, citing the fact that “any tool or service can be misused.” 

Other online services might employ automated tools to screen out objectionable postings. Of course, no tool is perfect and critics of FOSTA (such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation) have argued that compliance efforts will necessarily censor lawful opinions or content posted by advocates that are seeking to help or improve the condition of sex workers. Some major services may also choose to employ more human moderators to remove objectionable content, a cost that might be prohibitive for smaller websites. 

Us at do employ human moderators to remove and edit questionable content. We at are aware of what is posted and we do not condone or allow or involve ourselves in any way with sex trafficking or sex related crimes. As part of the Legal Disclaimer, the user (you) accepts this and uses this website at your own risk with your human free will that shall be accountable for yourself.

The law creates a new federal criminal offense that prohibits the use or operation of a website or interactive computer service to intentionally promote or facilitate prostitution, along with providing for civil remedies for victims. The law also provides for additional remedies to allow federal and state officials to fight sex trafficking. does not intentionally promote or facilitate prostitution and fight against fight sex trafficking. This website is simply a tool for entertainment purposes only, used at your own discretion with human awareness that some people are bad.


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