Microsoft and Amazon worked caught in sex trafficking

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  1. pc747

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    Both Amazon and Microsoft are large companies and whether or not the company can be held accountable for the few is questionable. With that said, it doesn't look good when some of the illegit people were executives.

    It will be interesting to see how this plays out.

    Amazon and Microsoft employees caught up in sex trafficking sting


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    it don't bother me. it is something that happens
     
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    I fail to see how buying sex is wrong. It's the oldest profession in the world and not going anywhere. Just like smoking Marijuana needs to be legalized same with sex for sale.
     
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    This just took a downhill turn. I certainly hope nobody responds to the nonsense post directly above

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    Ok you disagree, fine. But other states and countries share my point of view. To each their own.
     
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    I think a few people are confused....this is not your typical "escort" service, but sex trafficking...a.k.a forced against their will, a.k.a slavery.
     
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    disagree, not the way this and other articles about this reads to me. sex trafficking is about the industry as a whole. this includes those women who go into it just to pay for college to those who are forced into it as you say - slavery. anyway this forum is not a good place to talk about sex trafficking so that is all I will say about it.
     
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    Stupid title. If anyone bothered to read...
    "The publication got its hands on a slew of emails sent to brothels and pimps between 2014 and 2016 that document the industry's patronage of brothels and purchasing of services from trafficked sex workers."
    Their only mistake is that they used company emails to hire hookers when their company sop states its not allowed. Companies were not involved in trafficing women to work in sex industry against their will.
    Bait click article, nothing more.