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L.A. Daily News: Closing AIM Would Be a Mistake

Thu, Dec 23 2010 09:15am PST
The Los Angeles Daily News has published an editorial opinion that espoused the permanent closure of the AIM Healthcare Foundation would be a mistake and be bad for the public.

FreeOnes Chooses Ero-Advertising to Manage Traffic

Thu, Dec 23 2010 08:45am PST
Free adult star photo site FreeOnes announced today that its traffic will now be handled by Ero-Advertising.

Porn Found in TSA Search Ruled Criminal Evidence

Thu, Dec 23 2010 08:00am PST
Porn found in travelers’ possessions can be used as criminal evidence, Florida’s 1st District Court of Appeal ruled this week.

Private’s Shareholder Meeting Votes on Board of Directors

Wed, Dec 22 2010 01:00pm PST
Private Media Group’s preliminary election results have been released following the annual shareholders meeting held Nov. 18 in Spain.

Playboy Upgraded on Hefner's Purchasing Power

Wed, Dec 22 2010 10:30am PST
A financial analyst who tracts Playboy Enterprises Inc. said today that "patience pays off" and that shares of the company are expected to rise 25 percent.

Angel Pictures Sues After Content Gets Streamed on 6 Sites

Tue, Dec 21 2010 06:30pm PST
Angel Pictures International claims in a lawsuit filed on Friday that business partner Sin City Entertainment broke its distribution agreement and released its content on six streaming-content sites.

Agent Provocateur Opening Rodeo Drive Store

Tue, Dec 21 2010 04:00pm PST
Luxury erotic lingerie boutique Agent Provocateur will open doors at a new location on Beverly Hills' Rodeo Drive come spring.

FCC Adopts Net Neutrality

Tue, Dec 21 2010 10:30am PST
In a positive sign for the online adult industry, the FCC passed new rules on Tuesday aimed at keeping the Internet open and free.

PandaLabs Recaps Year of Malware

Tue, Dec 21 2010 08:00am PST
PandaLabs, which received more than 20 million new strains of malware in 2010, just released its "Virus Yearbook 2010," a rundown of unique and noteworthy viruses that have appeared over the past 12 months.

Too Few Obscenity Prosecutions, New MIM CEO Says

Tue, Dec 21 2010 06:00am PST
The new CEO of Morality in Media blasted the Justice Department on Monday, saying government officials aren't prosecuting pornographers enough.
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