Extract from Victoria Hudgins' article "Inside the Tech Helping Lawyers Combat Labor Abuse, Human Trafficking"
To match the growing scale of exploitation, plaintiff attorneys and in-house attorneys are leveraging tech-based solutions to track and combat labor abuse and human trafficking.
“If you’re building a [human exploitation] response at the company, police department or federal level you have to take into account technology,” said Radu Cucos, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) associate officer on combating trafficking in human beings and author of a recent OSCE report analyzing technology for fighting human trafficking.
As civil litigation against sex traffickers increases, as reported by Legaltech News affiliate The Legal Intelligencer, more plaintiffs attorneys are utilizing digital forensics tech in those matters.
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