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In July, Omuro was charged with using the Internet to facilitate prostitution and 24 counts of money laundering.
Lanoce was charged with using the Internet to facilitate prostitution.
In 2012 Twitter installed its lavish new headquarters in an old art deco building on Market Street, kicking off a surge of corporate moves to the area by the likes of Uber, Spotify, Yammer, and Square.
Omuro also added a key functionality—he made it possible for sex workers to advertise their services.
Red Book may have been full of racy talk and the promise of erotic assignations, but the site itself was anything but sexy.
He ended up sticking around for four years to join what he describes as the intelligent, provocative, and honest conversations on the site's forums. “You could have an open discussion about your beliefs and thoughts.” Boston participated in conversations on Red Book about everything from Libertarian politics to swinger sex parties.
But the most valuable part of the site was its reviews section.
The Feds' message, still up today, asserts that there is probable cause that the site was involved in “money laundering derived from racketeering based on prostitution.”Federal agents arrested Omuro, 54, along with Annmarie Lanoce, a 41-year-old bespectacled mother from Rocklin, California, a suburb of Sacramento.