FOSTA-SESTA gets my vote. Although I understand the fear of “stifling small business” and mal-intentioned trolls, the legislation states that in order for the facilitator to be guilty, the facilitator needs to know about the advertisements for trafficking children OR have a reckless way of running the platform to where human trafficking is facilitated on their website. (Backpage.com is a modern-day slave auction where humans are being bought for as little as $90 and the facilitators of this site are aware and make millions of dollars from these ads.) Healthy start ups would simply have to be prepared to own the responsibility of keeping their websites clean of such degrading and inhumane ads. Real survivors of these auctions have tried to sue backpage.com and they were unsuccessful with the CDA granting the facilitator immunity. As Lincoln said, “If slavery is not wrong, nothing is wrong.” Please vote YES and hold these virtual slave auctions accountable for their inexcusable neglect to intervene and protect victims of human sex trafficking. For more information watch I Am Jane Doe on Netflix.