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Recently, Safe IQ , a startup based in Ireland, launched an app aimed at better protecting sex workers in Ireland, the UK, Sweden, and Norway, countries where prostitution is legal. The app employs a simple but invaluable automatic call-screening system that checks incoming numbers and emails against a database of bad guys. The developers chose Android because Droid-based phones are cheaper and more prevalent among sex workers. Outing violent johns to potential escorts is one thing, but apparently no one wants to cross Apple.

If it seems Pollyanna-ish for a developer to avoid encouraging jailbreaks while marketing an app to prostitutes, the organization seems to pride itself on hewing to the law.

It only offers the app for download in countries where prostitution is legal. Non-profits that perform outreach and advocacy work have for years handed out sheets of paper to sex workers that seek to inform them of violent attacks, thefts, crooked cops, and other safety issues. Some cities have some form of online bad date list directories: Sex workers are no luddites when it comes to communication technology.

When pagers took off they used pagers. After craigslist began cutting into Village Voice classifieds they migrated online and to social networks. In a study, Columbia University sociologist Sudhir Venkatesh found that 25 percent of prostitution clients in New York City were contacted over Facebook while 70 percent of those with mobile devices chose Blackberry as their mobile phone of choice.

Because many sex workers loathe escort agencies for grabbing a piece of the action without providing security or support, a number of sex workers "self-incorporate and create a fake agency web page with swiped photos that make it appear as though they are part of a bigger operation. The sudden death of Chris Hermann's wife was the catalyst for the year-old to sell his possessions, don a backpack and embark on a year-long round-the-world odyssey. What headlines do you remember?

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Breaking news Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has succumbed to party pressure and backed down on his plan to scrap company tax cuts for medium-sized businesses. The success stories and pitfalls. Female-only ride-sharing service Shebah to launch in Queensland. Sex work is legal in some Australian states, but number of risks remain Workers can list availability, price and type of appointment on app Clients can see who is working, how long they have to wait and reviews from other users.

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