A website that offers personalized sex trafficking advice for people dealing with the criminalization of sex trafficking has emerged as a major player in the legal battle against online platforms.
The website, called HelpMeRisk, has gained popularity in recent years with the help of a Facebook campaign.
It has also developed a strong following through social media, attracting more than 70,000 users since its launch in late 2015.
According to a new report from the Anti-Defamation League, HelpMeResisk is the first website that allows users to submit anonymous testimonies from individuals and businesses that have experienced sex trafficking, as well as victims of trafficking.
The report also revealed that over 70 percent of the people who have submitted testimonies have been male.
“I think it’s really interesting that a site that focuses on the victims of sex work is gaining popularity,” said the author of the report, Daniel J. Goldstein, a research fellow at the Anti, Anti-Discrimination Center at UCLA.
“There’s a whole lot of discussion about this subject online, but nobody seems to have done much on the ground in terms of helping victims.”
In a statement to The Huffington Press, HelpMyRisk said that it has not profited from the campaign.
“As of August, 2016, HelpmeRisk has raised over $11 million from the world’s largest and most powerful philanthropists,” it said.
“The vast majority of the funding has gone to the nonprofit organization that created HelpMeMyRisks, which is run by a private, non-profit organization and is focused on building a global network of people willing to share their stories about sex trafficking and how it affects their lives.”
The report notes that in a separate report, the ADL reported that the number of online platforms that allow users to post anonymous testimony has risen to 1,300 from 400 in 2016.
“We have seen a lot of rise in the use of the platform, particularly for sexual exploitation, but we have also seen a big decline in the number and sophistication of the sites that are creating platforms that are designed to protect victims of human trafficking,” Goldstein said.
According of the ADLS report, in the U.S., there were 4,936 cases of human sex trafficking in 2015.
Of those, 3,084 victims were female.
“That’s a lot,” Goldstein added.
“But it’s also a very low number.
In fact, it’s only been on the rise for a couple of years, which suggests that there’s a real opportunity for sites to develop better platforms to protect these women and girls from human trafficking.”
He said that a recent study by the Pew Research Center found that only 16 percent of respondents to an online survey had heard of the HelpMeProtect campaign.
The site, which has been featured in The Washington Post, also features a video tutorial that explains how to write a written testimony and what to do if you’re facing any legal repercussions for your actions.
The ADL has urged online platforms to ensure that their platforms do not encourage sexual exploitation of women and children.
“These online platforms have the potential to be a great resource for those in need of support and to prevent exploitation and human trafficking of women, children and people with disabilities,” Goldstein wrote.
“Unfortunately, it appears that some platforms have chosen to be more proactive and less inclusive in their enforcement of these policies and practices, which puts victims at risk.”
The ADLS also found that there was a strong correlation between how platforms responded to the campaign and the number that were targeted for investigation.
“What we saw in response to the 2016 campaign is that platforms that responded to it more aggressively in identifying and investigating these sites that were being used for human trafficking increased the number investigated and investigated,” Goldstein noted.
“It’s clear that these platforms are looking at how they can be more inclusive, not only in their terms of what they accept and how they will respond, but also in the way they enforce their policies and policies.
We’ve also seen some of these platforms move to create policies that address the issues in more specific ways.”
In addition to helping people report human trafficking, the platform also features testimonials from people who are victims of sexual violence, including a man who reported being raped by a man at age 16.
According the report: The platform also offers a comprehensive list of resources that can be accessed by individuals who are survivors of sexual assault, including resources that are free of charge or available to anyone.
It offers a dedicated section on its home page for survivors of human trafficking and sexual violence.
“Some of the most compelling pieces of evidence that were found online include survivor testimonies, testimonies from friends, and even testimonies from family members,” Goldstein told The Huffington Pollster.
“Those who have been raped and those who have witnessed or witnessed sexual assault can provide valuable insights about how the rape happened and how survivors reacted.”
The platform has also created an online guide to reporting human trafficking and