In response to the Philippines' very serious problem with sex trafficking, the government in power passed the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012, which serves to outlaw cybersex, cam girls, and pretty much any scenario in which someone would think to point a web cam at their genitalia -- sorry, ChatRoulette, but your days are apparently numbered. This move, which would effectively ban something like 95% of the Internet and also crack down on organized crime, is no doubt well-intentioned, but may prove difficult to enforce? Yes, we believe so.
Previously, we covered a guy who wore the same jeans for over a year in the name of science. Now, a Colorado woman has vowed to wear the same dress for six months in the name of charity, specifically The Daughter Project. As of this writing, Amy Seiffert has reached the halfway point in her effort to raise awareness for sex trafficking in the United States. This is a great idea! She's like the Seth Brundle of good causes.