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High Court Turns Down Case Against Classifieds Site Backpage.com, but Scrutiny Persists

Website's operators face criminal charges in California, and political pressure in Washington.

, The National Law Journal

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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned away a Communications Decency Act challenge to the operators of the Backpage.com online advertising site, but the company's owner and operators continue to face criminal allegations in California and increased political scrutiny in Washington.

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