The erotic services site, launched in 2002, was shut down in 2010 after The study, which has been submitted to a peer-reviewed economics.
To replace it, the company has created a category called adult services, in which postings will be reviewed by employees who will look for.
Online classifieds site Craigslist will remove the "erotic services" category of ads from its U.S. Web site, and create a new adult category that will be manually reviewed by the company's employees. Jim Buckmaster, Craigslist's chief executive, said that the change offers a "new.