Courts are misinterpreting Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act to allow websites which facilitate sex trafficking not to be held accountable. Worst yet was the First Circuit Court ruling in Doe v. Backpage which held that even if Backpage had participated in the crime of sex trafficking, Section 230 shielded the company from the claims filed by child victims! This misinterpretation must be stopped and Congress has a chance to fix it!
The Super Bowl is once again upon us. Super Bowl 52 between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles will be this Sunday and along with the game will be sex traffickers determined to make a bundle of money. They will be selling young men and women for sex. Past Super Bowl games have resulted in the arrests of sex traffickers and sex buyers, as well as the recovery of juvenile victims. What can you do to help stop this travesty?
AFA of PA encourages Christians, through education, to become involved in pro-family issues in their community, state and the nation. This is some of what has been going on in the Commonwealth and the nation.
The War on Illegal Pornography Coalition, of which the AFA of PA is a part, has announced a series of events throughout the next couple weeks to help expose the harms of pornography and to provide resources for those caught up in its web of deceit and support for their loved ones.