Attorney General Says Craigslist Agrees to End Erotic Ads

Under pressure from law enforcement officials, the popular Web site Craigslist plans to get rid of its controversial "erotic services" section, the company said today. The "erotic services" section will be removed within seven days and will be replaced with a new "adult services" category. Posts in that new section will be "manually reviewed" by Craigslist employees, the company said. Nude or graphic photos will also be banned from the new adult services section, according to Illinois...Full Story
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