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"Institutions such as yours have the moral, social and legal right to step up on this pervasive problem and make a fundamental and everlasting difference." "Under the guise of going after 'sex trafficking,'" notes Mc Neill, "prohibitionist politicians have been trying and failing to shut down Backpage—a commercial enterprise which has broken no laws—since at least 2011. And Sheriff Dart’s pressuring Visa and Mastercard to reject adult-ad payments is nothing less than an end run around due process which affects not only his own fiefdom of Chicago, but every single place Backpage reaches via the Internet." So, essentially, Backpage's move to make adult ads free is a big screw you to fearmongering, First-Amendment-hating, Internet-freedom-stifling nanny statists who think they can control financial-services firms, foreign-based websites (is owned by a Dutch company), and the way women choose to earn a living.