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Lion's Den Set to Launch Internet TV Network

Mon, Dec 12 2011 09:30am PST
Adult retailer The Lion’s Den, announced today that it’s set to launch an Internet TV channel aimed at adult consumers by mid-2012.

Wrong Link Points Catholic Viewers to Tranny Site

Mon, Dec 12 2011 08:45am PST
The Catholic church pointed online viewers to the transgender lifestyle today.

British 'Muff March' Blasts Porn Culture

Mon, Dec 12 2011 08:00am PST
British feminists protesting vaginal cosmetic surgery took to the streets on Saturday with the porn industry square in its sights.

Chrome Is More Secure Than Rival Browsers, Study Says

Sun, Dec 11 2011 06:00am PST
A new study suggests that Chrome’s sandboxing and plug-in security features make it more secure than rival browsers Firefox and Internet Explorer.

China Cracks Down on Microblogs

Sat, Dec 10 2011 12:00pm PST
The Chinese government continues its crackdown on pornographic material by shutting down more than 200 microblogs for carrying pornographic and vulgar content.

Raging Stallion Announces New Release 'Alley Cats'

Sat, Dec 10 2011 06:00am PST
Raging Stallion has premiered “Alley Cats” and signed a new exclusive model, Alexander Garrett.

Private Shareholder Meeting Rescheduled for Jan. 11 in Las Vegas

Fri, Dec 09 2011 05:00pm PST
A Nevada judge has approved a request to change the date of Private Media Group's annual shareholders meetings to Jan. 11.

CamWorld Relaunching as Free Cam Platform

Fri, Dec 09 2011 05:00pm PST
CamWorld CEO Dan Hogue responded to various concerns by performers that CamWorld may have merged with another company or was sold to DatingGold.

Lisa Massaro, Dominic Acerra Launch EMM Media

Fri, Dec 09 2011 04:15pm PST
Industry veterans Lisa Massaro and Dominic Acerra have launched EMM Media, a full-service public relations firm that will specialize in adult entertainment.

L.A. Files Suit to Block Porn-Condom Referendum

Fri, Dec 09 2011 04:00pm PST
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation's ballot initiative proposal that would force issuance of adult film permits in the city of Los Angeles is illegal, according to the City Attorney's office, which has filed suit to block it.
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