Online-classifieds site Craigslist said May 13 that it will remove the "erotic services" category of advertisements from its U.S. web site within a week, after the site was criticized by law enforcement agencies as providing a forum for prostitution and other illegal activities, PC World reports. But Craigslist also has set up a new category, called "adult services," which will be open for postings by legal adult service providers. Postings to this new category will be manually reviewed before appearing on the site, to ensure compliance with Craigslist posting guidelines and terms of use. The decision was criticized by New...

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