Georgia ranks near the top nationally for having the most human trafficking cases.

Data compiled by the National Human Trafficking Resource Center shows that this year alone, Georgia has the seventh highest rate of cases. Most involve sex trafficking.

Legislation is working its way through Congress to give prosecutors and sex trafficking victims a way to take legal action against websites, like, that welcome ads for prostitutes. However, some companies worry this measure could hurt the tech industry.

We were joined by Chuck Boring, Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney for Cobb County. Ashley Gold, a technology and congressional reporter for Politico, also spoke with us by phone. 

Host Adam Ragusea talks with Chuck Boring and Ashley Gold about what new sex trafficking legislation could mean for the tech industry.