Rappler Talk: Sex trafficking in the digital age


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Rappler Talk: Sex trafficking in the digital age
A study by Plan International finds that 6 out of 10 sex traders use the internet to seek potential clients

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MANILA, Philippines – As part of the global campaign #NotForSale, Plan International released a study exploring the forms and mechanisms of how sexual trade happens online. 

They found that Facebook, mobile applications, and even e-commerce websites have been used to connect clients and sex traders easily.

Rappler talks to Paulene Santos, Plan International’s campaign and advocacy manager, to discuss the findings of the study and what must be done by the government and civil society to curb the commercial sex industry. – Rappler.com

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