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Miss FreeOnes Winners to Be Announced at Exxxotica

Thu, May 10 2012 11:00am PDT
Winners of the 2012 Miss FreeOnes competition will be announced May 19 at the Exxxotica Miami Expo, it was announced today.

Smash Pictures Announces Casting Call for '50 Shades Darker XXX'

Thu, May 10 2012 10:15am PDT
Smash Pictures on Thursday announced a casting call for the two lead roles in its parody of the second part of the bestselling romantic trilogy, "50 Shades Darker XXX." Welcomes Director Claire Adams to Lead Bondage Sites

Thu, May 10 2012 10:00am PDT has named Claire Adams as the new director for its Device Bondage and Hogtied sites.

Online 'Work for Porn' Program Launched

Thu, May 10 2012 08:00am PDT (ELM), the company behind Offbeatr, the Kickstarter-like crowdfunding program for adult, has added a "Work for Porn" program.

Adult.WhiteLabelDating Acquires

Thu, May 10 2012 06:00am PDT
Global Personals Ltd. owner of, announced today the acquisition of dating brand Plans to Accept 2 Brands of HIV Tests

Wed, May 09 2012 04:15pm PDT has announced that it will accept two different brands of HIV tests because of concerns raised over what type of HIV tests are acceptable and appropriate for monthly performer screenings.

Playboy, Vanity Fair Feuding Over ‘Lost’ Marilyn Monroe Pix

Wed, May 09 2012 04:00pm PDT
Playboy is miffed over the “lost” Marilyn Monroe photos being hyped on the June edition of Vanity Fair magazine.

Robert Rosen to Sign 'Beaver Street: A History of Modern Pornography' Book Saturday

Wed, May 09 2012 03:00pm PDT
Author and adult industry veteran Robert Rosen will be appearing at Book Soup at 4 p.m. this Saturday in West Hollywood to discuss and sign his book "Beaver Street: A History of Modern Pornography."

SegPay Moves Into Mobile App Market With MiKandi Deal

Wed, May 09 2012 02:45pm PDT
SegPay has moved into the mobile application space by partnering with MiKandi.

Ad Traffic Firm Settles Over Facebook 'Likejacking'

Wed, May 09 2012 02:15pm PDT
A Washington state company accused of running a $20 million Facebook marketing operation has settled with the state in a consent decree, agreeing to stop spamming users with a practice known as "likejacking."
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