How Seattle Police Busted a Tech-Savvy Sex Ring

A police investigation uncovered a secretive network of male customers, many of whom worked in computer technology fields and were comfortable using those skills to arrange–and rate–sexual rendezvous. “The internet has greased the wheels on illegal sexual exploitation,” said one prosecutor.

DeVos Hints Policy Change on Campus Sex Assaults

After meetings with stakeholders in the campus sexual assault debate, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said she wants to help both victims of assault and those who have been falsely accused of rape. It was a striking departure from the rhetoric of the Obama administration, which has focused primarily on survivors.

DeVos Reviews Obama Policies on Campus Sex Cases

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is meeting in private today with women who say they were assaulted, accused students and their families, advocates for both sides and higher education officials. It is the first step in a contentious effort to re-examine policies of President Obama, who made expansive use of his powers to investigate the handling of sexual violence by universities and colleges.