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Following the removal of its adult services section in the U.S. several months ago, the classified ads site has gone global with the shuttering of the controversial section.
The company that runs the Facebook Marketplace is exporting its technology to the open Web.
Philip Markoff, 24, was accused of killing a woman he met through the site's erotic services section.
The personals directory, which shut down its "adult services" section following lawmaker pressure, will not be reopening it, according to the congressional testimony of one company executive.
In letter, human rights groups tell Craigslist not making the same improvements globally that it did in the U.S. "reveals a disingenuous and inconsistent response."
Online auction giant had sued over a move by Craigslist's board that diluted its stake and kept eBay from holding a director's seat on the board.
Congressional committee has asked Craigslist founder Craig Newmark to testify at a hearing next week on "domestic minor sex trafficking," sources tell CNET.
The 'censored' bar, which acted as a symbolic protest against the removal of Craigslist's Adult Services section on Friday, has now itself been removed.
A slew of Android tablets are on the way, push notification is coming to Twitter soon, and Craigslist self-censors its Adult Services section.
Having taken down its Adult Services section without explanation, some are speculating whether Craigslist is trying to teach attorneys general a lesson, rather than permanently averting its gaze from adult ads.