Frontline organizations working with victims of trafficking are seeing their work increasingly move to social media, like Facebook, WhatsApp, and LINE.
"Drew" is a former master sergeant who volunteers with the Exodus Road, an American nonprofit group, to help police in Southeast Asia save human trafficking victims and capture traffickers.
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The word corruption does not appear even once in the new 10-year plan to tackle human trafficking recently signed by six Asian nations — even though it is the grease which keeps the engine running.
The messaging app seeks to stimulate revenue growth, with a focus on amassing users in Asia rather than Europe or the U.S. The Line messaging app, a Japanese rival to WhatsApp and WeChat, is working on a digital butler service in it...