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With technological advancement in leaps and bounds, cheaper internet and free calls,
one appears to practice one’s own agency and freedom. But does the technological
interplay have the same impact on the lives of victims of commercial sexual
exploitation and trafficking? Does it allow them to exercise their autonomy, if at all,
when it comes to client soliciting and relationship? Or has it made them more
vulnerable, with brothel-keepers and pimps wielding intense control over them?

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