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It’s time we harnessed Big Data for good

Human trafficking is a $150bn global business. Only with data can we track – and disable – such a vast supply chain. Image: REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha

Bob Grove

Chief Operating Officer, Edelman APAC

Anjuli Bedi

Global Head of Behavioral Science and Psychometrics, Edelman Data & Intelligence (DxI)

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Indramayu is a fishing village in Java with a high rate of trafficking victims taken from Indramayu to other destinations, such as Bali and Saudi Arabia. Image: Edelman
A route map showing human trafficking hotspots in South-East Asia. Image: Edelman

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