Ashton puts Voice in the tweet spot
In so far as any news about Twitter is worth heeding, a diverting punch-up has been taking place between the Village Voice and Ashton Kutcher, who recently took part in an advertisement raising awareness about child prostitution. The ad argued that as many as 100,000300,000 children become prostitutes every year. The New York magazine pointed out that, over the past decade, there have been only a little over 8,000 arrests for the relevant offence in the US. Kutcher tweeted: “Hey
@villagevoice, speaking of data, maybe you can help me . . . How much $ did your ‘escorts’ in your classified on backpage make last year?” Not a bad point, actually.