RT published this video item, entitled “Were Big Tech companies aware of online sex trafficking for years?” – below is their description.
Chris Sweeney speaks with three US-based women about the seedy world of online sex trafficking, with its secret code words, manipulation, and victims sold to the highest bidder.
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