About the Scholar: Yutong Huang grew up in China and attended The Affiliated High School of South China Normal University in Guangzhou, China
Sex trafficking is one of the most pervasive forms of slavery in the world today, affecting several million people, mostly children, annually. Southeast Asia is a major hub of sex trafficking, and while the governments of the Southeast Asian countries have signed on to international declarations against sex trafficking, little actual progress has been made.
Yutong proposes adding social media to the tools used to combat sex trafficking, using Facebook and Twitter and techniques including facial recognition, term-frequency analysis, mapping, crowdsourcing, online chat rooms, forums, and signal transmitter to help address the three aspects of prevention, prosecution, and protection.
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