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US Congress just passed HR 1865, "FOSTA", seeking to subject websites to criminal and civil liability when third parties (users) misuse online personals unlawfully. We can't take such risk without jeopardizing all our other services, so we are regretfully taking craigslist personals offline. To the millions of spouses, partners, and couples who met through craigslist, we wish you every happiness! So funny.😂kendrick lobstar @KLobstar shit now where am I gonna find someone to dress up like Patty Mayonnaise and punch me in the ass while I watch reruns of “Murder, She Wrote”R6 It's not constitutional to outlaw personals, but a court has ruled that providers of personal ads can be held accountable for the misuse of those personals ads.

There have been at least as many if not more robberies and murders under the cars and other merchandise for sale, and help wanted ads on CL than there have been for sex. I'm fed up with being limited or punished based on what the worst of society does.

Should we all stop selling merchandise or looking for work as well? What is going on right now is worse than what it was before the alleged "sexual freedom" and "feminism" and "diversity" and all the other bullshit. Or at least given them important government positions. In all its guises, online, on subscription channel tv, specialist stores...

"Ugh, some dudes wanted to have sex with animals one time, so we're gonna go ahead and get rid of anyone looking for any kind of sex" Fuck this R39 is still being retarded, arguing points I did not make. They're the ones who say, 'it's okay if the cops break down my door and search and break my belongings BECAUSE I HAVE NOTHING TO HIDE. They should just bring back the "back room" that bars used to have in the 70's.

I said that Craigslist should merely take some concrete steps to ameliorate the worst behavior hosted on its site. And yes, as a person who lives in the world and benefits from being a member of the public, I want it to have less child prostitution, meth dealing, and bestiality. They were before my time but it seems like they were a lot of fun.

Can Craigslist be held accountable if they host a listing for a lemon car? There was a lot to weed through on there, but finding the ones who didn't want their profiles on normal profiles because they had actual professions, and didn't want to be known, were there. They moved Missed Connections to the Community section. The only things government will be able to pass are moralizing laws like this one. Since it has some of the smell of a prior restraint of free-speech issue - and some technical issues I don't want to discuss this late - I bet there will be injunctions allowing CL to operate the personals temporarily at least. So it's up to everybody here to keep their eyes peeled, and notify us of anything they discover. My preference would be to meet people out in the wild, and I do go out regularly. If you haven't noticed the decrease in not just gay and lesbian establishments, you might want to look around a notice all the empty retail/whatever spaces available in almost every major city, since the inception of the internet.

If someone buys a dog through Craigslist and the dog kills someone, is Craigslist accountable? These things have been disappearing over the years, if you haven't noticed.

You honestly used Facebook as an example of how they're using real human moderators to cull the worst from their site? I understand that sites could arguably be liable for fascilitating criminals hooking up with people, but how does the [italic]Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA)[/italic] fit into it? Here's an amusing quote from another random board on this topic.Previously, there was no risk to Craigslist for providing this service, but now that there is a risk in the form of accountability (lawsuits), Craigslist has decided that it is better to abandon the service than to host it. I do not know exactly what "misuse of personals ads" means in this context, but accountability is the important factor. It's very tech-douchebro to want these forums (another example is Twitter) to be a free-for-all.My first thought is not that this would lead to porn prohibition, but if classified ads in general are at risk. It's not good because people aren't disciplined enough. This is the doing of a Republican congress that feels disempowered because of Trump. Someone will be inventive and either find or invent some alternative to CL personals.I agree with the person who said it was more fun when things were taboo. All these old uptight fuckers need to die off already. [quote]What is going on right now is worse than what it was before the alleged "sexual freedom" and "feminism" and "diversity" and all the other bullshit. Please tell me that Facebook, youtube and instagram can now be held liable for all the destruction they promote.[quote]In all seriousness, Craigslist will lose a ton of pagehits from this, I would think. and whatever one thought of it morally, ethically, or other--a lot of people used it and connected with it. CL devs have known this a long time and have done NOTHING to assure the safety of those who use their personals.Yes, feminists and non-whites have ruined the world by making it forbidden for you to troll for cock on Craigslist. The M4M section in any city seemed like one of their liveliest categories. They don’t sell ads.[quote]They're the ones who say, 'it's okay if the cops break down my door and search and break my belongings BECAUSE I HAVE NOTHING TO HIDE. I don't know how it is people grow to be so stupid, but there's an entire nation of them right outside my many miss the scarier point about this happening. They also know that now they let it go this far, there is no possible way they can come back from being an HIV, HPV, herpes, dope and human traffic distributor, and admitted defeat. I started an account here solely to present this declaration; my contempt for social media, web dating and other distancing social tools which have systematically damaged or destroyed societal social skills like an ice pick was once used to scramble brains.

You honestly used Facebook as an example of how they're using real human moderators to cull the worst from their site? I understand that sites could arguably be liable for fascilitating criminals hooking up with people, but how does the [italic]Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA)[/italic] fit into it? Here's an amusing quote from another random board on this topic.Previously, there was no risk to Craigslist for providing this service, but now that there is a risk in the form of accountability (lawsuits), Craigslist has decided that it is better to abandon the service than to host it. I do not know exactly what "misuse of personals ads" means in this context, but accountability is the important factor. It's very tech-douchebro to want these forums (another example is Twitter) to be a free-for-all.My first thought is not that this would lead to porn prohibition, but if classified ads in general are at risk. It's not good because people aren't disciplined enough. This is the doing of a Republican congress that feels disempowered because of Trump. Someone will be inventive and either find or invent some alternative to CL personals.I agree with the person who said it was more fun when things were taboo. All these old uptight fuckers need to die off already. [quote]What is going on right now is worse than what it was before the alleged "sexual freedom" and "feminism" and "diversity" and all the other bullshit. Please tell me that Facebook, youtube and instagram can now be held liable for all the destruction they promote.[quote]In all seriousness, Craigslist will lose a ton of pagehits from this, I would think. and whatever one thought of it morally, ethically, or other--a lot of people used it and connected with it. CL devs have known this a long time and have done NOTHING to assure the safety of those who use their personals.Yes, feminists and non-whites have ruined the world by making it forbidden for you to troll for cock on Craigslist. The M4M section in any city seemed like one of their liveliest categories. They don’t sell ads.[quote]They're the ones who say, 'it's okay if the cops break down my door and search and break my belongings BECAUSE I HAVE NOTHING TO HIDE. I don't know how it is people grow to be so stupid, but there's an entire nation of them right outside my many miss the scarier point about this happening. They also know that now they let it go this far, there is no possible way they can come back from being an HIV, HPV, herpes, dope and human traffic distributor, and admitted defeat. I started an account here solely to present this declaration; my contempt for social media, web dating and other distancing social tools which have systematically damaged or destroyed societal social skills like an ice pick was once used to scramble brains.Which really, is all the Libs who present these tools as equal to actual interaction are doing.