While intended to protect victims of sex trafficking, critics say the bill will force internet platforms to censor their users in order to avoid being prosecuted for newly created sex trafficking offenses. A video promoting the campaign featured Amy Schumer, Seth Meyers and a host of other stars, saying: Internet advocates say the bill may the beginning of a crackdown on free speech online. Supporters of the new legislation said existing laws have allowed victims, including children, to be bought and sold through blatant ads on internet sites, which has created a surge of exploitation resulting in a multibillion-dollar industry. The bill passed through both the House and the Senate with broad bipartisan support and now awaits the signature of the president.
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