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Google Brings Advanced Options to Mobile Search

Thu, Oct 08 2009 03:00pm PDT
Google on Thursday released a new tool for users of the iPhone, iPod Touch and other mobile phones called Search Options.

FSC Files Motion for Preliminary Injunction Over 2257

Thu, Oct 08 2009 02:30pm PDT
As expected, the Free Speech Coalition asked a federal judge Wednesday to grant a preliminary injunction against the U.S. government over enforcement of 18 U.S.C. § § 2257 and 2257A.

Sexyland Makes $5.7 Million Bid for

Thu, Oct 08 2009 10:00am PDT
The owner of Australian adult department store Sexyland has made a takeover bid for online sex emporium, also based in Australia.

Playboy Putting Emphasis on Nightlife, Product Licensing

Wed, Oct 07 2009 04:15pm PDT
Playboy is placing larger bets on two operations to significantly boost revenue — product licensing and Playboy clubs.

Topco Prevails at the U.S. Supreme Court

Wed, Oct 07 2009 03:30pm PDT
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, without comment, declined to hear an appeal by Know Mind Enterprises in its bid to appeal a patent ruling over slippery borosilicate glass.

Naked News Gets Plugs on ‘The Jay Leno Show,’ ‘Today’

Wed, Oct 07 2009 11:30am PDT
Naked News, which markets numerous versions of its brand of nude journalism, got a big plug last night on “The Jay Leno Show” when he remarked about NBC’s “Today” show co-anchor Meredith Viera.

Playboy Settles Suit Over Christy Canyon’s Radio Sex Acts

Wed, Oct 07 2009 11:15am PDT
Playboy has settled a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by a former “Night Calls” producer who alleged that the host repeatedly demanded on-air to “ass-wax” her.

FSC Plans to File Suit Today Over 2257 Regs

Wed, Oct 07 2009 12:00am PDT
The Free Speech Coalition said it plans to file a lawsuit Wednesday with 14 other plaintiffs challenging revised record-keeping rules.

Embedded Media Patent Suit Targets Playboy, New Frontier

Tue, Oct 06 2009 03:00pm PDT
Playboy Enterprises, New Frontier Media and 20 mainstream companies have been hit with a suit over technology that allows browsers to include embedded media and applications.

DOJ: Internal Policies Irrelevant to Obscenity Case

Tue, Oct 06 2009 02:00pm PDT
Justice Department attorneys, in a brief filed Monday in the obscenity trial of Torture Portal operator Barry Goldman, said that the government’s internal policies are irrelevant to his prosecution.
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