Advocates say such advertisements have improved safety for sex workers by allowing them to negotiate services online rather than in the streets.
But the National Association of Attorneys General and other law enforcement officials have argued that Backpage and sites like it provide an outlet for people who seek to sexually exploit minors.
”) or challenges a law enforcement officer to a fight, those are “fighting words.” Whether or not they are meant seriously, fighting words can lead to a legal arrest.
Other than that, cursing at cops in frustration after being stopped or dealing with an unpleasant police situation should not get you locked up.
While one sister coolly leveraged her father’s favor into a business of her own—and an influential behind-the-scenes role in his campaign and transition team—the other is still finding her place in the family.
Sarah Ellison profiles the soon-to-be First Daughters.
Then we saw what really happened when the video came out,” Guster said.The company rejected the subcommittee’s findings, saying the decision was the result of “unconstitutional government censorship.” “For years, the legal system protecting freedom of speech prevailed,” Backpage said, “but new government tactics, including pressuring credit card companies to cease doing business with Backpage, have left the company with no other choice but to remove the content in the United States.” Backpage has been the target of multiple lawsuits and investigations in recent years focusing on its adult ads, and its founders and executives are currently fighting money-laundering and pimping charges in California.The ads for escorts, body-rubs and adult entertainment, many of them including revealing photos as part of the come-on, were an important source of revenue for Backpage, which operates like Craigslist, with users paying to advertise a range of goods and services.More important, Kushner is married to Trump’s favorite child, his daughter Ivanka.Within weeks of hearing about Lewandowski’s alleged betrayal, Ivanka talked privately with her father, according to a person familiar with the exchange.