WASHINGTON – At long last Congress has passed a bill to combat online sex trafficking now that the Senate has approved the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA) 97 to 2.
“In an increasingly technology-driven world, it is important for us to continue working to stop the evils of sex and human trafficking. Proud to have helped pass SESTA legislation today,” tweeted Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) after the vote.
Until now, websites behind the crime were unintentionally protected by the US Communications Decency Act (CDA)…. more
Praise God for hearing our constant prayers to help these children and to protect them. We wrote an article about 2 years ago when Obama was president and nothing got done, but since Trump has been president there are countless actions taken against this evil deed. May the Lord bless him, protect him and continue to help him achieve God’s plan, Amen!