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UBC researchers conducting survey to revise Canada’s prostitution laws

Tuesday, March 07, 2017 @ 4:12 PM | By Tom Venetis

University of British Columbia researchers are conducting a nationwide study to find out how Canada’s prostitution laws impact sex workers and those who buy their services.

The Street-to-Screen study will closely examine the different ways people use information and communication technologies to develop relationships, exchange information and negotiate services. The study will conduct in-depth interviews with people who sell and those who pay for sexual services. It will also look at the methods and technologies used in such communications and negotiations.

Researchers hope the survey will...