Why you published this kind of crucial information? You are alerting the traffickers and they will soon move to some other kind of transactions and then it will become impossible to rescue the trapped victims. Groot Toronto Maple Leafs. They should be dealing with that kind of stuff because as profit-driven bodies, they have a mandate to handle criminal issues like trafficking.
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Does The Economist have a Social Media Manager? Evidently, that person needs to be replaced, pronto. A number of people have posted in response to this article, Groot Toronto Maple Leafs. questioning the logic of alerting human traffickers to the methods of detection that may result in their capture – and yet The Economist remains silent. This is so great and we should all continue to hand them even more power than they already have. Financial institutions rule! Are they possibly the second coming of Jesus? Tracking bank statements and lodging without a consent seem a violation of privacy no matter if is used for good in this case. And you just release the secret and they will not make the same mistake. She just wants to be on TV.
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No need to give out those strategies to burst this ring. oh, wait maybe it can help traffickers find new ways to keep themselves safe. This is just virtue signaling, you aren’t helping the victims by letting the criminals know what they are doing wrong. You know it’s never new. 40 years ago in Holland, the police tightened all bank transactions so criminal money could be traced and crime solved. So much more could be done like ban cash. The cop not fearing for his life steps in the line of fire instead of behind his squad car. One officer staring down the barrel of a gun did not fear for his life and did not shoot the suspect. Interesting. Meanwhile in the US.