Craigslist challenges study from rival that says 330 crimes, 12 deaths were linked to its site

A study released Thursday said that interactions on Craigslist were linked to 330 U.S. crimes — 105 robberies and 12 resulting in deaths — over a 12-month period.The study has left Craigslist crying foul, in large part because it was paid for by rival classified website Oodle.com, which is using the findings to steer consumers to its business.
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