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Note the irony: Congress refuses to make gun companies or retailers liable for the shooting deaths of its users, but it has made websites liable for hosting sex trafficking content created by third parties (its users).
Advocates of free speech and a free Internet say that the bill, if signed into law—and President Trump is expected to sign it—will cause a chilling effect that hurts consenting sex workers who use the Web or—as is the case with Craigslist—just two strangers looking for a date.
The ads were like the Wild West of dating—full of spammers, weirdos trying to collect photos of strangers, and horny jerks eager to e-mail you dick pics—but they were often incredibly entertaining reading.
When you go to the site now, it sends you to a message that says: 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. It's not as if the website used to desperately seek out a "FWB" (that's friends with benefits) in the Casual Encounters section or a Missed Connection with that attractive person you eyed on the Blue Line was some kind of utopian paradise of human relationships.He manages to hold down some sort of corporate job by day, but only because his boss hasn't figured out a way to legally fire him just yet.He spends his work days in a red-eyed, hungover stupor (last night at Moe’s was WICKED, brah!You can still read some of the final ads if you do a Google search for "Craigslist Missed Connections," and it's a wistful reminder of what the Internet was like pre-Zuckerberg—weird, awkward, hilarious.We offer the best speed dating Chicago has to offer.