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Bitcoin & AI: Trap for Sex Traffickers

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Rebecca Portnoff from Berkley University created an algorithm that can track sex traffickers with the help of Bitcoin.

Many prostitutes do not offer their services voluntarily. They are often abducted, sold and forced into prostitution. This range of services is shifting more and more to the Internet in order to offer…




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Marcell Nimfuehr

Marcell Nimfuehr

Writer, tech startup founder, MBA candidate. Communication strategist. Software Dev (worst coder ever)

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