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Tue, Jul 05 2011 01:00pm PDT
Global VOD Broadcasting Network has announced that its forum on is officially live.

U.K. Rule on Explicit Content Fees Could Alter Delivery

Tue, Jul 05 2011 12:00pm PDT
Operators in the U.K. are facing a new levy that is certain to alter the landscape of online adult in the country, perhaps putting smaller content producers out of business or making some flee to other countries for hosting and billing.

AEBN Offers Adult Videos Via Playstation, Blu-ray

Tue, Jul 05 2011 11:30am PDT
AEBN has introduced a product that streams high-quality videos to users' televisions from Internet-connected Playstation 3 and Blue-ray via BD-Live.

West Coast Productions Earns Multiple Urban X Nominations

Tue, Jul 05 2011 11:15am PDT
West Coast Productions has earned nominations for 16 of its titles in 14 different categories at the 2011 Urban X Awards.

MyGayCash, Jalif Studio Partner for Membership Website

Tue, Jul 05 2011 09:00am PDT
MyGayCash has partnered with Barcelona-based Jalif Studio to launch a membership site featuring exclusive Spanish talent.

Manwin Demands ICM Prevent .XXX Exploitation

Tue, Jul 05 2011 08:30am PDT
Manwin, one of the largest players in the online adult arena, has demanded that ICM Registry block attempts to register any of its 57 domain names or similar misleading names in the .XXX sponsored top-level domain.

Michigan Prisoner Sues State Over Porn Ban

Tue, Jul 05 2011 08:00am PDT
A Michigan inmate is suing the state claiming that the prison’s ban on porn is subjecting him to cruel and unusual punishment.

PollyGrind Announces Final Call for Underground Film Festival Entries

Tue, Jul 05 2011 07:00am PDT
The second annual PollyGrind underground film festival announced that its call for entries will end July 13.

Another Online Censorship Bill Struck Down in Alaska

Mon, Jul 04 2011 12:00pm PDT
Another attempt to censor the Internet has been struck down by a federal judge in Alaska.

Australian ISP Rethinks Web Filtering Over Hackers

Mon, Jul 04 2011 06:00am PDT
Telstra, one of Australia’s largest Internet service providers, is rethinking its plan to voluntarily filter the web due to fear of reprisals from hack groups like Anonymous and LulzSec.
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