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Human Trafficking Prevention

By Katie Zigelman

The Department of Homeland Security defines Human Trafficking as the exploitation of a person through force, fraud, or coercion into sex trafficking, forced labor or domestic servitude. It is happening everywhere. It can happen to anyone, though its victims are typically women and children. Why do it happen? It is highly profitable. Sadly, online communities are making it even easier for traffickers to find, groom, and exploit victims. Thankfully, there are steps every online community can take to stop it from happening.

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