Communicators with Representative Ann Wagner and Carl Szabo
Representative Wagner’s bill would amend the 1996 Communications Decency Act to make it easier for state officials to prosecute websites that carry sex trafficking.
In separate interviews, Representative Ann Wagner (R-MO) and Carl Szabo talked about efforts to combat online sex trafficking. Representative Wagner talked about her bill, the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act, and NetChoice counsel Carl Szabo talked about why he prefers an approach different from House and Senate bills.
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Peter Slen Host C-SPAN
Carl Szabo Vice President and General Counsel NetChoice
Ann Wagner U.S. Representative [R] Missouri
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