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  • General Material
November 2012

Technology and Human Trafficking: The Rise of Mobile and the Diffusion of Technology-Facilitated Trafficking

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This article examines the ways in which the business of human trafficking is increasingly taking place online and over mobile phones, and explores the potential for the same technologies that are being used for trafficking to become powerful tools to combat trafficking. 
  • General Material
April 2012

Holding Abusers Accountable: An Elder Abuse Forensic Center Increases Criminal Prosecution of Financial Exploitation

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This article describes a study that examined the effectiveness of an elder abuse forensic center compared with usual handlings to increase prosecution of of elder financial exploitation cases.
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September 2011

Human Trafficking Online: The Role of Social Networking Sites and Online Classifieds

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In this report, researchers analyze the relationship between human trafficking and online technologies. Literature reviews of research related to trafficking in persons and trafficking via the Internet, specifically, serve to identify information gaps and highlight the need for additional study. Field research, interviews, and a sample of recent trafficking cases involving online technologies provide details regarding the different uses of the Internet by traffickers.