That's because Backpage until now has successfully asserted that it is shielded from prosecution by laws protecting publishers and Internet communicators. Claire McCaskill, asserts that the evidence shows Backpage is no ordinary publisher. In fact, based on more than 1 million internal Backpage documents, the website was a hub for that very criminality but tried to hide it, the report says. The subcommittee, which over the years has investigated organized crime as well as federal corruption, has no direct law enforcement authority. By Stephen Koff, cleveland. Community Rules apply to all content you upload or otherwise submit to this site. But the Senate subcommittee, co-chaired by Missouri Democratic Sen.
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Feds crack down on Backpage.com; operators reportedly face criminal charges
She is on the list of Backpage executives called to testify Tuesday. Backpage executives and employees knew clearly what they were doing, the investigators said. But the Senate subcommittee, co-chaired by Missouri Democratic Sen.