Human Trafficking Injustice

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“Slavery is something from the past,” most people think this way. However, human trafficking is the modern-day slavery. No matter how much the namings differ, it has the same concept. It is the crime of smuggling, fraud, selling of humans or their living organs and threating its victims. Crimes have been all around us, ranging from big to small, but not as serious as this one; especially that it became more extreme after the rise of technologies. Technologies, around the world, have worked and still do in making everyone’s life more efficient; also, it made life easier for human traffickers to gain what they want and justice systems to catch them red-handed. Human traffickers have used the Internet to broaden their fishing pool. It gave them…show more content…
I’m talking about the injustice, the outrage, of human trafficking.” (President Obama of U.S., 2012). Justice systems have increased their technological intelligence skills and powers to tackle such serious problem. Although, thanks to technology, human traffickers are more sophisticated than how they used to be. It is the main reason why they become easier to identify and stop. Human traffickers use smart Phones, GPS, videos cameras, social media websites, and many more technological devices, and these devices are easier to detect them. For example, a law enforcement group in 2003 has launched an operation pin that creates websites that contain child abuse or pornography contains. These websites were a trap to find Internet users who are seeking access to such contains. The minute that the user enters the website, his data is copied and recorded; hence, getting his or her criminal records. Furthermore, the justice systems, in some countries, were able to authorize instilling technological surveillance on suspected traffickers. (Latonero, 15) Consequently, keeping all options to commit a crime less within such countries or…show more content…
World countries, such as in some U.S. states like Florida, Indiana and Taxes, have responded to the crisis positively, where they started legislation. The new laws have enclosed and tightened anti-human trafficking in major events; such as, the super bowl in 2011, in which about ten thousand prostitutes were brought to be sold. These events are marvelous showcases of the goods human traffickers have, since when there is a demand, there has to be a supply (Pundina, 2013). Thus, they prepare everything with their partners and plan ahead online. It is, also, easier to make a trade in crowded place where it is hard to contain. Moreover, justice systems and law enforce organizations have been able to boon from social media and specialized database that helps their users to make reports easier via online without the need to call or go straight to the police deportment ( McWhorter, 432).One practical solution provided by the international criminal police organization (INTERPOL). The organization has made the tool human trafficking and smuggling (HTS) massage. This tool allows its user to give a prototype format for reporting a case of trafficking happening in the member countries, which are about 190 countries, in the organization’s database (Zagorianou,
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