Backpage.com, CEO Plead Guilty In Multiple StatesBackpage.com and its chief executive have pleaded guilty to charges in Arizona, California and Texas.
What Methods, Strategies Will Sex Traffickers Use Following Seizure Of Backpage?Now that Backpage is gone, law enforcement is trying to find out where sex traffickers will migrate next.
Indictment Accuses Backpage Founders Of Aiding ProstitutionTwo founders of Backpage.com and five others who work for the classified advertising site have been indicted on federal charges in what authorities say was a scheme to knowingly facilitate prostitution by running ads for sexual services and using foreign banks to hide revenues.
Backpage.com Seized By Feds Amid Crackdown On Internet Sex TraffickingBackpage.com, the most popular website to buy and sell sex, has been shut down as the federal government crackdowns on internet sex trafficking.
Lawyer: Backpage CEO Will Fight Sex Trafficking ChargesThe chief executive of an internet site authorities accuse of being "a hub for the illegal sex trade" waived extradition to California on Friday.
Police: Woman Soliciting Escort Services Online Victim Of Attempted RobberyAnne Arundel County detectives believe a woman soliciting escort services online was targeted for a robbery.
Md. Man Among 7 Arrested In Craigslist Child Sex ScandalFederal, state and Rapid City authorities say they've arrested seven men on charges of trying to pay for sex with underage girls after responding to online classified ads placed during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.