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A Central New York woman is calling out her cheating husband in a post on Craigslist's Syracuse website, and the scornful letter is starting to go viral on Facebook. "Great idea, to the point and well deserved to be publicized," another said. She then advises "the Woman Dating My Husband" not to marry him.
But the new legislation Congress passed would mean that websites would be liable for user posts that promote sex trafficking; the law would also make it easier for victims of sex trafficking to sue companies that host that kind of user content.Supporters for the law, including Ivanka Trump, say the law will help fight sex trafficking and make sure victims get the justice they deserve.But Motherboard reports that opponents say that the law could make sex workers and trafficking victims less safe, getting rid of methods to screen new clients online and shutting down forums where they can warn one another of potential threats.Business Insider reached out to Newmark for comment, but didn't immediately hear back.The personals section is still where it last was, but clicking on any of the subcategories on the site pulls up a message from the company explaining why the personals section is gone, and wishing well to the people who benefited from it: "US Congress just passed HR 1865, 'FOSTA', seeking to subject websites to criminal and civil liability when third parties (users) misuse online personals unlawfully. We can't take such risk without jeopardizing all our other services, so we are regretfully taking Craigslist personals offline. To the millions of spouses, partners, and couples who met through craigslist, we wish you every happiness!However, she does reveal she discovered he was cheating with multiple profiles on online dating sites after a little bit of detective work, including Google search history and finding a receipt for unusual purchases from a Tops store in Cicero. "You left your mascara in my husband's old vehicle (he bought a newer one in late September). His financial decisions will drive you into bankruptcy. And you, my dear, are lookin' to him like his life boat.
The post then invites readers to do their own detective work to see if they can identify her soon-to-be ex-husband, who's 56 and works as a "contractor-type," and his mistress, also known as "the proud new doormat for a middle-aged man." "So the following may be you, or it may be 'multiples' of you. (He's done it twice) His family will hate you (they're weird, you'll see), and he has a tendency to do incredibly stupid stuff," she writes. Get out while you can." The Craigslist post is hardly the first attempt to shame a cheater in public. Lisa." When infidelity website Ashley Madison was hacked this year, data suggested cheaters really are everywhere.
Oddly enough, Craigslist also shut down the "strictly platonic" page.
At first, Twitter users lamented that it applied to the missed connections section, which is a gold mine for fascinating (and perhaps sometimes fictional) Internet stories, but as of Friday morning that section appeared to be available.“U. Congress just passed HR 1865, "FOSTA", seeking to subject websites to criminal and civil liability when third parties (users) misuse online personals unlawfully. We can't take such risk without jeopardizing all our other services, so we are regretfully taking craigslist personals offline. To the millions of spouses, partners, and couples who met through craigslist, we wish you every happiness!
The vast majority of posters refrain from posting a photo.
And, frankly, one never knows if the information posted is authentic or accurate.
Craigslist, the decades-old website for online classifieds ads, took down the section it created to help strangers meet from its US site on Friday morning in light of an act passed by Congress to fight online sex trafficking.