Craigslist is cracking down on ads posted by prostitutes as part of an agreement with law enforcement in 40 states. Advertisers in the "erotic services section" will now have to pay a fee with a credit card and give a phone number, and Craigslist will provide the contact information to law enforcement if subpoenaed. "Prostitutes will hopefully stop using Craigslist to break the law, knowing that their posts could lead to arrest and conviction," says Connecticut A.G. Richard Blumenthal. [Reuters]