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New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is talking about a pilot program with Facebook that will help find online ads that pursue trafficking victims…

The Attorney General wants to work on sites like Craigslist and to find info about sex trafficking.  He released his plan about the partnership in a speech at the National Summit of Human Trafficking.  “Our new partnership is based on getting their expertise in identifying patterns in large sets of data, combined with our law enforcement and investigative skills and powers.”   The effort will deploy cutting edge technology.  And it may also identify pictures of children known to be missing .

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