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Don’t push sexual content onto the “dark web”: advocates to ETHI committee

News | 04/19/2021 5:56 pm EDT

As the House of Commons Ethics committee considers the protection and privacy of individuals online, advocates criticized its lack of consideration for sex workers Monday and questioned how existing legislation may adequately protect people from exploitation and the non-consensual sharing of sexual content while avoiding a regulator with a mandate that may negatively impact their industry.  

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