Georgia police say the popular Web site Craigslist is making it much more difficult to make prostitution arrests, MyFoxAtlanta.com reports.

Officials told MyFoxAtlanta.com that as prostitutes are moving their business from the streets to the internet, the problem is getting out of hand for two major reasons - the Web site content is federally protected and the veil of anonymity.

"This is blatantly illegal, they're using price lists," Solicitor Robert James told MyFoxAtlanta.com.

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